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Sunday National Governors Journal
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Call-In, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Governor - [R] South Carolina
Governor - [R] Minnesota
Thomas "Tom" R. Carper
Governor - [D] Delaware
Governor - [D] Vermont
Governor - [D] Colorado
John G. Rowland
Governor - [R] Connecticut
Governor - [R] Arizona
Jim Guy Tucker
Governor - [D] Arkansas
Christine Todd Whitman
Governor - [R] New Jersey
C-Span TV Channel
, Sunday, February 4th, 1996 -
In this special Washington journal, several governors and others talked about several important issues to states, including the environment, children and economic and fiscal concerns. In the first segment Governors Carper and Rowland talked about state policy issues, including the presidential state primaries and state budgets. In the next segment, Governor Whitman talked about conditions in her...
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