President Clinton and Vice President Gore Are Fighting For Policies That Help Working Families, But Congressional Republicans Said “No”

Throughout 1998, President Clinton and Vice President Gore fought for policies that help working families in West Virginia, from more modern schools to higher quality health care. On each of these policies, the Republican Congressional majority said “no” to the families of West Virginia, blocking school modernization, a Patients Bill of Rights, comprehensive tobacco legislation, an increase in the minimum wage, and child care investments. In addition, Republicans in Congress killed our best hope for real campaign finance reform in a generation.

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