Clinton administration


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Noun1.Clinton administration - the executive under President Clinton
executive - persons who administer the law
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The Clinton administration would not have increased taxes on the middle class, or the bottom 95 percent of the population.
During his tenure, he filled the agency's top jobs with former industry colleagues, dropped more than a dozen safety proposals initiated during the Clinton administration, and cut almost 200 of the agency's 1,200 coal mine inspectors.
After all, Clarke had chaired the CSG since 1992 and had won appointment during the Clinton administration as the nation's first national coordinator for security, infrastructure protection and counterterrorism.
In March, a Clinton Administration environmental priority resurfaced in a Government Accounting Office (GAO) investigation requested by Sens.
Supreme Court in the case of a Santa Clarita lawyer's quest for death-scene photographs of Clinton administration lawyer Vincent Foster.
The nomination itself is a clear departure from the way the Clinton administration handled Clark," said Steve Ralls, director of communication for the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network, an advocacy group for gays and lesbians in the military.
Department of Education under the Clinton administration was misinterpreting the spirit of the law and was coming down too hard on students who had turned their lives around.
Despite initial hopes that the new Bush team would be more pragmatic than the ideologues who dominated the Clinton Administration policy towards the Gulf, it appears at this writing that it is unlikely that such a shift will take place.
In response, the Clinton administration made efforts to "mend" them, enforcing "strict scrutiny" of DBEs.
The Clinton administration debated for years whether to host a ministerial.
The Clinton Administration threatened to bring trade sanctions against South Africa for manufacturing generic versions of AIDS medications.
But the Clinton administration insists that the fighting won't spill over, and that even if it does, it's no big deal.