August 5 - At the White House on Tuesday, President Clinton gives a thumbs up after signing into law a balanced federal budget, which calls for a balanced budget by 2002 and trims taxes by $152 billion over five years. Standing behind Clinton at the signing are House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and Budget Committee Chairman John Kasich (R-OH). (KRT) AP,PL,BL,RT (smd21537) 1997 (COLOR)
August 5 - At the White House on Tuesday, President Clinton gives a thumbs up after signing into law a balanced federal budget, which calls for a balanced budget by 2002 and trims taxes by $152 billion over five years. Standing behind Clinton at the signing are House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and Budget Committee Chairman John Kasich (R-OH). (KRT) AP,PL,BL,RT (smd21537) 1997 (COLOR) Chuck Kennedy / MCT
August 5 - At the White House on Tuesday, President Clinton gives a thumbs up after signing into law a balanced federal budget, which calls for a balanced budget by 2002 and trims taxes by $152 billion over five years. Standing behind Clinton at the signing are House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and Budget Committee Chairman John Kasich (R-OH). (KRT) AP,PL,BL,RT (smd21537) 1997 (COLOR) Chuck Kennedy / MCT

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