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Clinton's Attorney General / Child Care Issue / Culbreth Interview #591620

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(White House: Linda Vester) The difficulties President Clinton's administration is having in finding an attorney general following the withdrawal of Judge Kimba Wood and Zoe Baird because they had hired illegal aliens featured. [Senator Alan SIMPSON - criticizes the arrogance of the public.] [In radio address, CLINTON - comments.] [In Chicago barbershop, Jan Farnsworth PERRINE - comments on child care.] Statistics on working mothers and child care issues cited. [Disguised Irish NANNY - talks about being an illegal alien.]

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Interview held with "Working Mother" magazine Judsen Culbreth about the in-home care issue. [CULBRETH - says United States has not caught up to the rest of the world on child care issues.]

Utley, Garrick;
Vester, Linda

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