Throughout 1998, President Clinton and Vice President Gore fought for policies that help working families: from more modern schools to higher quality health care. On each of these policies, the Congressional majority said "no", blocking school modernization, a Patients Bill of Rights, comprehensive tobacco legislation, an increase in the minimum wage, child care investments, and our best hope for real campaign finance reform in a generation.
To get more information on what was lost because of partisanship, click on any of the 50 states below.
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