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August 22, 1996
Protestor Betsy Myers of Washington DC, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, holds a sign changing the Statue's...
Protestor Betsy Myers of Washington DC, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, holds a sign changing the .....
Protestor Betsy Myers of Washington DC, dressed as the Statue of Liberty, holds a sign changing the Statue's famous inscription to "Give me your poor, your tired, your hungry-NOT" outside the White House August 22, where President Clinton just signed into law a bill reforming welfare. The Republican-sponsored legislation ends the 61-year-old federal guarantee of aid to the poor and turns over much of the welfare program to the states.
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