Clinton Vows to Streamline Bureaucracy

Clinton Vows to Streamline Bureaucracy - Clinton Vows to...

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Clinton Vows to Streamline Bureaucracy Clinton Proposes Rebuilding Government Functions and Credibility By PHILIP ELLIOTT The Associated Press MANCHESTER, N.H. Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton on Friday assailed a "culture of cronyism" in government as the Democratic front-runner vowed to streamline the federal bureaucracy and improve accountability. In a speech in early primary state New Hampshire, Clinton called for slashing 500,000 government contractors, potentially saving up to $18 billion a year. The New York senator promised that a second Clinton White House would cut back on no-bid government contracts. "It's not exactly the subject matter that gets people marching in the street, but if we don't restore the confidence and the competence of our government, we will see the steady erosion of our government's capacity," Clinton said. The speech also sought to emphasize her knowledge of government and although she never mentioned him highlight the differences between her resume and that of Democratic rival
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course POL 1013 taught by Professor Dr.j.philiprogers during the Spring '05 term at Texas San Antonio.

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