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Rules Committee Minority Report
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Public Affairs Event, New York, New York, United States
Jerry E. Abramson
Mayor - [D] Louisville
Mayor - [D] Las Vegas
C-Span TV Channel
, Wednesday, July 15th, 1992 -
Delegates to the 1992 Democratic National Convention debated the minority rules report on the third day of the proceedings. Five speakers, including Hollywood director Oliver Stone, spoke in favor of the minority report, which advocated the creation of a committee to hear the concerns of party members. Two mayors spoke against the report, which lost in a subsequent voice vote. A motion for a rol...
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