September 20, 1996
Democrats Turn Student Loans Into a Campaign Issue
Republicans charge that President Clinton's speeches and advertisements are misleading
Washington -- Ominous music plays in the background as the television image shows Carolyn Friedman sitting in her kitchen, contemplating how difficult it will be to send her two children to college.
"My husband and I both work. And next year, we'll have two children in college. And it will be very hard to put them through, even with two incomes," she says.
The scene shifts to a college campus."But Congressman Frank Riggs voted with Newt Gingrich to cut college loans while
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