ABC Special for Wednesday, Jan 03, 1996
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Live discussions with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Cokie Roberts (ABC), Michel McQueen (ABC), and Chris Bury (ABC) re: the current federal budget impasse. Taped segment with McQueen, Rep. John Boehner, Sen. Tom Daschle, Bill Clinton, Rep. Susan Molinari, Rep. Christopher Shays, former Congressional Budget Office Director Robert Reischauer, Rep. John Kasich, and Rep. Steny Hoyer. Taped segment with Bury, furloughed federal employees Ruth Scott and Henry Failes, John Sturdivant of the American Federation of Government Employees, federal prison guard Bill Edmunds, Mariposa (California) businessman Dieter Dubberke, Mariposa County Administrator Mike Coffield, Reverend Richard Hall of St. Barnabas Senior Services, Clinton, State Department Spokesperson Nicholas Burns, Robert Hormats of Goldman Sachs, and unidentified others.
- Roberts, Cokie;
- McQueen, Michel;
- Bury, Chris
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