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Budget Showdown #603359

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 12, 1995
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(White House: John Palmer) The possibility of a shutdown of the federal government due to the acrimonious political debate between President Clinton and the Congress featured. [On talk shows, White House Chief of Staff Leon PANETTA, Representative Newt GINGRICH, Senator Bob DOLE - debate the budget issues.]

(Capitol: Joe Johns) What a shutdown of the federal government would mean for workers and services detailed. [Federal employee Earl TUCKER, Government Printing Office Theresa MARSHALL, Gulf war veteran Herb SMITH - offer views on the showdown.] The possibility that the government could default on its debt payments noted. [Aubrey G. Lanston's David JONES - says consumers will feel the brunt.]

Curry, Ann;
Johns, Joe;
Palmer, John

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