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Clinton / Crime Bill #601266

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 17, 1994
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(White House: Andrea Mitchell) President Clinton's efforts to gain converts on behalf of his crime bill featured. [Representatives John LEWIS, Charles RANGEL, Newt GINGRICH, Henry HYDE, Jack BROOKS - talk about elements of the crime bill.] Negotiations on the death penalty, Brooks' criminal institute and the gun bill reviewed.

(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Lisa Myers) The status of health care reform in Congress reviewed. [Representative Bill RICHARDSON - hopes for a crime bill.] [Representative Dan ROSTENKOWSKI, Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN, Hillary CLINTON, Senator John CHAFEE - talk about aspects of health care.] The view that the chances for health care reform this session are bleak reiterated.

Mitchell, Andrea;
Myers, Lisa;
Pauley, Jane

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