NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 28, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Proposals President Bush is expected to announce in his State of the Union address tonight listed.
(White House: John Cochran) State of the Union address featured; scenes shown of Bush meeting today with his cabinet, of him making speech at '88 Republican convention and of him campaigning in New Hampshire. [At inauguration, and after the Persian Gulf war, BUSH - makes speeches.] [BUSH - says he's tired of being a punching bag; adds that he cares.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Studio: Mike Jensen) Public opinion on possible adjustments to the economy featured. [Crawford LORENZ - comments on tax exemption increase.] Public opinion on increasing personal tax exemptions, tax breaks for home buyers, health insurance and business investment noted. [Michael HORNE - talks about making down payment.] [Barbara SUMMER - talks about health insurance.] [Don SOMMERS - comments on tax break.]
(Capitol Hill: Andrea Mitchell) Problems and achievements of this Democratic Congress recalled. [Senators Orrin HATCH, Joe BIDEN - speak at Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings.] [Senator Warren RUDMAN - talks about budget gridlock.] Number of Bush vetoes noted. [Senator George MITCHELL - talks about vetoes.] [Senator Tim WIRTH - comments on campaign finance reform.] Results given of survey of House Congressional aides on effectiveness ratings of Representative Tom Foley and Mitchell. [Former House aide Christopher MATTHEWS - criticizes Democrats.]
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