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(Studio: Brian Williams) Associated Press report on the voters' wish for change in the midterm elections noted.
(Washington: Tom Pettit) The support for term limits for those in Congress examined; state-level map shown. [US Term Limits Paul JACOBS, two Capitol VISITORS, Utah term limits Merrill COOK - back term limits.] Four people who have been in Congress for a long time cited as examples. [League of Women Voters Betsy CAIN - says elections are really limit terms.] The Supreme Court said considering the constitutionality of term limits for Congress.
(Studio: Brian Williams) The amount of money raised by supporters of Oliver North for the campaign in Virginia to oust incumbent Senator Charles Robb reported.
- Pettit, Tom;
- Williams, Brian
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