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DEBATE COVERAGE FEATURES WJA MEMBER Leslie Grossman, president of Communications/Marketing Action in New York City, was interviewed Oct. 7 on a prepresidential debate edition of "InterNight," a news magazine on all-news cable channel MSNBC. Grossman voiced the opinions of small-business owners when she was asked what she wanted to hear discussed in the debates between President Bill Clinton and Republican candidate Bob Dole. She told "InterNight" host John Hockenberry she had seen an increase in business with the economic upswing in the past few years and thought current policies should continue. Grossman also said she believed in targeted tax cuts to encourage job retraining and opportunities for higher education. After the debate, Grossman joined 300 business leaders to meet with President Clinton and discuss strategies to move people from welfare to work. Communications/Market
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