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Dallas, Texas / Bush / Transportation Bill #578930

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 18, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Dallas: John Cochran) President Bush's visit to Dallas to sign the new transportation bill featured; scenes shown of him dining with and talking to workers; number of jobs Bush says will be created by the transportation bill noted. [BUSH - makes speech about jobs.] Bush said to have decided to sign the bill in Texas rather than Virginia because of the presence of Democratic presidential candidate Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder; scenes shown of Wilder, and of Barbara Bush in New Hampshire to place Bush's name on the primary ballot. [Barbara BUSH - comments on Congress.] Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan reported contemptuous of White House plan to give taxpayers rebates. [Representative Richard SCHULZE - comments on rebate plan.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Cochran, John

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