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Economy: Clinton and The Governors / Romer #589327

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 30, 1993
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(White House: Linda Vester) Getting down to the business of fixing the economy by President Clinton and the nation's governors featured; photograph shown of Clinton and his cabinet meeting at Camp David, MD. [Governor George MICKELSON, Roy ROMER - comment.] The governors' health insurance, including Social Security entitlement, proposals outlined.

(Studio: Ann Curry) Interview held with Romer. [ROMER - says the Social Security fund must be made sound; defends Clinton's work so far; points out that health care costs must be lowered.]

Curry, Ann;
Vester, Linda

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