Foreign Aid Bill Veto
President Clinton told reporters that he had vetoed the foreign aid appropriations bill because it did not provide adequate funding and did not provide for implementation of the Whye River Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
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International Food Initiative
President Clinton and others announced a food relief package that would provide meals to overseas children through…
Aid for Developing Nations
President Bush talked about global development, including human rights and the pledge of a $5 billion increase in aid…
Telephone lines were opened for comments on the question of whether to privatize foreign aid.
International Food Aid
President Bush called on Congress to approve an additional $770 million for international food aid to help ease a…