NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 20, 1999
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(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Warnings from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan about President Clinton's proposal for investing Social Security money in the stock market reported. [GREENSPAN - says he does not support the plan.]
(Norristown, Pennsylvania: David Bloom) Seeking of support by President Clinton for the programs in the State of the Union address reported; poll results given. [CLINTON - defends denying Americans a tax cut.] [Senator Rod GRAMS - says Clinton's speech was all talk and increased government control.]
(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(New York: Mike Jensen) Questions about Social Security changes proposed by Clinton reported. [GREENSPAN - criticizes investing government money in the stock market.] [Harvard University professor Benjamin FRIEDMAN - says the government should not use the surplus for tax cuts, but for debt payment.] [Cato Institution Stephen MOORE - says the government should not count on the surplus funds.]
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