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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Health Care #588890

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 05, 1992
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Standings of President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton in the "New York Times"/CNN poll cited.

(Hendersonville, North Carolina: John Cochran) Campaigning by Bush on health care issues featured; tenets of both candidates' plans outlined. [In Cleveland, Ohio, BUSH - explains his health care plan; criticizes Clinton's "pay or plan" plan.] [Campaigning in the rain in Hendersonville, North Carolina, BUSH - compares his views on taxing and spending to that of the other side.]

(Columbia, SC: John Dancy) Campaigning by Clinton in the South on the cost of health care and the issue of change featured; scenes shown from South Carolina. [In Columbia, SC, CLINTON - talks about health care and taxes.] Clinton's problems in South Carolina, which is in economically good shape, mentioned.

(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Tomorrow's "The Brokaw Report" on campaign '92 announced. Vice President Dan Quayle shown campaigning in Darlington, SC.

Cochran, John;
Dancy, John;
Roberts, Deborah

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