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NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1991
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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Andrea Mitchell) Western United States initiatives to limit politicians' terms in office featured. [Term limits organizer Sherry BOCKWINKEL - talks to man about term limits.] [MAN - comments.] Approved term limits for state officials in California and Oklahoma and for Congressional members in Colorado noted. Details given of term limit initiative in Washington. [Representative Sid MORRISON - comments.] [BOCKWINKEL - says we need to move away from the career politician.] National conservative groups' funding of the initiatives mentioned. [Term limits opponent Michelle RADOSOVICH - says we must believe that voters are smart enough to choose wisely.] [Representative Thomas FOLEY - opposes additional requirements.] [Bremerton, WA, Mayor Louis MINTER - comments.]

Daniels, Faith;
Mitchell, Andrea

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