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Budget Crisis / Government Shutdown #399875

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1995
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The latest Republican counteroffer to end the stalemate over the budget crisis that has caused a shutdown of parts of the federal government reported. [Representative Newt GINGRICH - talks about a new contract for a 7-year-plan to balance the budget.] Possibility that President Clinton will veto the bill mentioned.

(Washington: Carl Rochelle) The domestic impact and the international overtones of the United States government shutdown examined; details given of the services that have been suspended. [MAN, Social Security WORKER, OSHA OFFICIAL, US Housing and Urban Development WORKER, former CBO OFFICIAL - comment on the short- and long- term effects.]

Rochelle, Carl;
Shaw, Bernard

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