President Clinton walks with members of the Dallas Youth Services Corps through a south Dallas neighborhood restoration project Friday. Looking beyond the Republicans' 100-day legislative spurt, Clinton promised he would search for common ground with the GOP but would veto major bills if not modified in the Senate. The list of measures he would not accept included the $189 billion tax-cut bill approved by the House earlier in the week as well as environmental and welfare measures. But he had praise for House Speaker Newt Gingrich, saying the "Contract With America" bills would not have passed the House without Gingrich's leadership.
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By Deseret News