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Tuesday, March 26, 1996

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  • LABOR SUPPORT FOR CLINTON

    AFL-CIO Monday announced its endorsement of Bill Clinton for re-election, the earliest endorsement in the labor federation’s history. While some union leaders opposed the announcements, others said Clinton’s not perfect but he deserves early support from labor.

  • California Primary

    Today is the California Primary. The California Voter Foundation is sponsoring a campaign to get candidates for the state legislature to sign a pledge saying they will abide by five measures that would clean up elections. The pledge was put together by multi-partisan group of citizens involved in a civic journalism project. Pacifica National Affairs Correspondent Larry Bensky joins Amy Goodman with Kim Alexander, Executive Director of the California Voter Foundation.

  • Bob Dole’s Previous Anti-Abortion Campaign

    Back in 1974, a House member who was an OB/GYN ran against Bob Dole for Senate. Dole waged an anti-abortion smear campaign against his opponent, calling him an "abortionist" and going so far as to take ads out in the newspaper with skull and crossbones. It was the first time abortion was so politicized in a Congressional campaign.