President Bush and Governor Clinton need to get down to business and hold a series of debates, identifying the issues on family-oriented legislation.
In order to make a sound vote, the American public needs to hear concrete plans that will improve job training; create jobs; design affordable, family-centered health care; reduce family and child poverty; and improve safe housing in neighborhoods.
Let's get on with a family-oriented debate and address workable solutions to the problems affecting the well-being of America's families. Ronald H. Field, Washington, Senior Vice President, Public Policy, Family Service America, Inc.
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