GOP unites against Clinton tax package

July 1993
Human Events;7/3/93, Vol. 53 Issue 27, p5
Reports on Republican opposition to the tax package of United States President Bill Clinton. Admission of Democrat Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan that the budget reconciliation package is a tax bill; Federal spending reduction; Budget reduction alternative of Senate Republicans; Grand Old Party (GOP) limits on Medicare and Medicaid; Senator Robert Dole's budget plan; Democrats and Republicans for and against the Domenici motion by Dole.


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