Thursday, June 15, 2000

Gore in town to discuss taxes




By Dan Klepal
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Vice President Al Gore will make a campaign stop in Cincinnati today to talk about middle class tax cuts with a handful of Tristate families.

        Mr. Gore kicked off his “Prosperity and Progress” tour Monday, which has Mr. Gore talking about a different aspect of the economy in cities across the nation.

        “This is the first election in history where the country will decide how to use budget surpluses instead of how to fight deficits,” said campaign spokesman Douglas Hattaway. “The way the candidates choose to use those surpluses will tell a lot about their approach to the economy.”

        Mr. Gore plans to have his discussion at Catanzaro Sons and Daughters Inc. in Lockland.

       



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