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Bush / Crime Bill / Public Opinion #578624

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 25, 1991
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(Studio: Katherine Couric) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Andrea Mitchell) President Bush's expected veto of the proposed crime bill featured; details given of bill's provisions. [BUSH - says why he'd veto bill.] [Senators Joseph BIDEN, George MITCHELL - react to Bush's planned veto.] [Representative Henry HYDE - says there was no compromise on bill.] [Handgun Control, Incorporated, Sarah BRADY - comments on gun fatalities.] [Senator Steve SYMMS - speaks about bill.] Gun lobby Republicans reported threatening to kill the bill with a filibuster.

(Studio: Katherine Couric) Report introduced.

(White House: John Cochran) Public opinion of the job Bush is doing featured; scenes shown of Bush's visit to a school in Columbus, Ohio. [BUSH - talks about his trip, education.] Results given of NBC News poll on Bush's overall job performance and his handling of the economy. Letter from House Republicans critical of Bush's handling of domestic issues quoted on screen; same Republicans said wanting US Housing and Urban Development Secretary Jack Kemp to take control of domestic programs. [Representative Dan BURTON - comments.] Bush's refusal to ask for Kemp's help or dump White House Chief of Staff John Sununu noted.

Cochran, John;
Couric, Katherine;
Mitchell, Andrea

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