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Budget Battle / United States United Nations Dues #428153

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 14, 1999
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(Studio: Andria Hall) Continuing battles over the federal budget reported; details given of accusations from minority leader Senator Tom Daschle that Republicans refuse to compromise and of the continuing battle about the US refusal to pay United Nations dues due to those funds being linked to abortion-related programs. [DASCHLE - criticizes Republicans.] [Representative Chris SMITH - defends the refusal to support abortion-related programs.] [In interview, United Nations Association Steve DIMOFF - says the payment must be made or the US will lose its General Assembly vote; says 1 billion is a lot of money to the UN; explains the consequences of not paying the back dues.]

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