Bill Clinton Health Care Plan Speech #892297
CBS Special for Wednesday, Sep 22, 1993
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Live CBS analysis of Bill Clinton health care plan speech and Republican response by SC Governor Carroll Campbell, Rep. Nancy Johnson, and Sen. Connie Mack. Includes a "48 Hours" broadcast with a live interview by Dan Rather (CBS) with Hillary Clinton, taped excerpts of statements by Clinton Health Task Force Dr. Judith Feder, Mike Russomano, Rose Broussard, Niki Moser, Kim Powick, Kaiser Family Foundation President Drew Altman, small business owner Sal Risalvato, Leslie Aubin of the National Federation of Independent Business, and unidentified others, live question and answer sessions with Connie Chung (CBS), Belinda Sanchez, Clinton Health Task Force Dr. Arnold Epstein and Feder, Health Insurance Association of America President Bill Gradison, Dr. Yvonne Thornton, Horace Deets of the American Association of Retired Persons, small business representative Jack Faris, Dr. Gayle Sanchez, and Walter Maher of Chrysler Corporation, and live interviews with Risalvato and Feder.
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