Gore at the Hispanic Caucus Dinner

NPR's Pam Fessler reports on President Bill Clinton and Vice-President Al Gore's appearance before the Congressional Hispanic Caucus dinner last night. Both democrats remarked on the gains Hispanics have made in the last several years. Gore promised to work toward increasing the minimum wage and to defend affirmative action if he's elected president.



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