Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives on a bipartisan commission on political

Clinton, William
June 1995
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;6/26/95, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p1078
Government Documents
Presents the June 16, 1995 letter of United States President Bill Clinton to the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the issue of a bipartisan commission on political reform.


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