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Welfare Reform / Legislation #370776

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 31, 1996
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) Announcement by President Clinton that he will sign a welfare reform bill reported. [CLINTON - says this is the best chance to end welfare; talks about repealing some of the Republicans' sections of the bill.] Tenets of the bill outlined on screen. [House Speaker Newt GINGRICH - comments.] [Representative Charles RANGEL - complains about the bill.]

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) What the real effect of the welfare reform bill will be like on single mothers examined. [Welfare recipients Jackie LUARRE, Martina GILLIS, Flabian LEE - talk about being on welfare and how the reforms will take away money used to feed their children.]

Blackstone, John;
Braver, Rita;
Zahn, Paula

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