Presidential Radio Address

In his weekly radio address, President Clinton spoke from Jackson Hole, Wyoming where he and his family are vacationing. The president… read more

In his weekly radio address, President Clinton spoke from Jackson Hole, Wyoming where he and his family are vacationing. The president focused on progress made in reducing violent crime. He noted that, so far, his administration has awarded community policing grants to put 24,000 new police officers on the street and paid for it with the money saved by reducing the size of the federal bureaucracy. He said aggressive efforts like the assault weapons ban, the Brady Bill, and aggressive efforts by local police departments to expand community policing and crack down on drugs and gangs have helped to reduce the murder rate this year in Chicago, New York, New Orleans, and several other major cities. He said the crime bill also has given prosecutors tough new penalties to use against violent criminals. close

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Presidential Radio Address

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Program ID:
66791-1
Category:
White House Event
Format:
Broadcast
Location:
Wyoming, United States
First Aired:
Aug 19, 1995 | 5:42pm EDT | C-SPAN 1

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  • Aug 19, 1995 | 5:42pm EDT | C-SPAN 1
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