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Bush Clinton Debates / Environmental Act #869567

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 14, 1992
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(Studio: Susan Rook) Bush is offering to debate Clinton if Democrats accept; Clinton has agreed to three bipartisan debates.

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Bush and Clinton worked the Pacific Northwest; Underlying issue is economics.

(Colville, Washington: Charles Bierbauer) Bush says jobs and families must be considered as a part of endangered species act; Under act, North woods would be off limits to timber companies; Bush says Clinton's environmental record worst of all governors; Clinton, though supporting environmental act is endorsed by timber workers union; Bush criticized at Rio Summit; . [Excerpts of Geroge BUSH; Bill CLINTON; Interview with Timothy WIRTH, Senator (D) Colorado.]

Bierbauer, Charles

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