August 1993
National Review;8/23/1993, Vol. 45 Issue 16, p10
The article presents an update of issues and events related to U.S. politics and government as of August 23, 1993. Reports indicate that U.S. Senator Robert Dole made an offer to sit down with U.S. President Bill Clinton and craft a more acceptable budget plan. Meanwhile, the efforts of the Senate Democrats to push through the confirmation of Joycelyn Elders as Surgeon General progresses further, but Oklahoma Senator Don Nickles is opposing Elders's nomination, criticizing the performance of Elders as director of the Department of Health in Arkansas.


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