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<DOC> [Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents] [frwais.access.gpo.gov] [Page i] Monday, July 3, 2000 Volume 36--Number 26 [[Page i]] Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents <DOC> [Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents] [frwais.access.gpo.gov] [Page i-iii] Monday, July 3, 2000 Pages 1469-1565 Contents [[Page ii]] Addresses and Remarks See also Appointments and Nominations; Bill Signings Budget, midsession review--1502 California Association of State Democratic Chairs in Los Angeles--1491 Brunch honoring Senator Dianne Feinstein in Los Angeles--1485, 1490 Democratic National Committee dinner in Los Angeles--1475 Democratic National Convention 2000 Host Committee breakfast in Los Angeles--1481 Saxophone Club reception in Hollywood--1472 State Democratic Party reception in Los Angeles--1469 Former Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin, portrait unveiling--1507 Human genome project, completion of the first survey--1499 Internet webcast--1479 Korean war, 50th anniversary--1496 New Democrat Network dinner--1533 Pennsylvania, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in Philadelphia--1552 Presidential scholars, ceremony honoring--1529 Radio address--1480 Addresses and Remarks--Continued Receptions Brian Schweitzer--1531 California State Senator Adam Schiff--1512 Representative Sanford D. Bishop, Jr.--1548 ``Salute to Bruce Vento''--1514 World War II Memorial, reception--1537 Appointments and Nominations Commerce Department, Secretary, remarks--1540 U.S. Court of Appeals judge, statement--1562 Bill Signings Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, remarks in Philadelphia--1560 Communications to Congress Bankruptcy reform legislation, letter--1547 Expanded Threat Reduction Initiative, message transmitting report-- 1511 Iran, message transmitting report on the national emergency--1511 Nicaragua-U.S. investment treaty with documentation, message transmitting--1507 Russian Aviation and Space Agency, letter reporting on an extraordinary payment--1548 Sri Lanka-U.S. extradition treaty with documentation, message transmitting--1511 (Continued on the inside of the back cover) Editor's Note: The President was in Englewood, NJ, on June 30, the closing date of this issue. 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[[Page iii]] Contents--Continued Communications to Federal Agencies Expanding Access to Smoking Cessation Programs, memorandum--1510 U.S. Contribution to the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization, memorandum--1546 Executive Orders Establishment of the Presidential Medal of Valor for Public Safety Officers--1551 Interviews With the News Media Exchanges with reporters Oval Office--1540 Rose Garden--1502 News conference, June 28 (No. 192)--1515 Letters and Messages Independence Day, message--1544 Proclamations To Modify Duty-Free Treatment Under the Generalized System of Preferences and for Other Purposes--1544 Statements by the President See also Appointments and Nominations; Bill Signings Agriculture Department inspectors, prosecution for killing of--1469 Statements by the President--Continued Congressional action on reporting and disclosure requirements for political action committees--1543 House of Representatives action Private insurance prescription coverage legislation--1531 Supplemental appropriations request--1543 Northern Ireland peace progress--1506 Senate action to protect Medicare surpluses--1543 Smoking cessation programs, expanding access--1509 Supreme Court decisions Miranda v. Arizona--1507 Partial birth abortion--1531 Restriction of protests outside health care facilities--1531 Supplementary Materials Acts approved by the President--1565 Checklist of White House press releases--1564 Digest of other White House announcements--1563 Nominations submitted to the Senate--1564 [[Page 1469]] <DOC> [Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents] [frwais.access.gpo.gov] [Page 1469] Monday, July 3, 2000 Pages 1469-1565 Week ending Friday, June 30, 2000 Statement on Action To Prosecute for the Killing of United States Department of Agriculture Inspectors June 23, 2000 Today the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California filed a complaint charging an individual with the intentional killing of two U.S. Department of Agriculture inspectors in the course of their duties. I want to commend Federal and local law enforcement for working so quickly to investigate and prosecute this important case. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the victims, their families, and the community during this difficult time. Note: This item was not received in time for publication in the appropriate issue. <DOC> [Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents] [frwais.access.gpo.gov] [Page 1469-1472] Monday, July 3, 2000 Pages 1469-1565 Week ending Friday, June 30, 2000 Remarks at a California State Democratic Party Reception in Los Angeles, California June 23, 2000 The President. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, before I start my speech, there's one other thing I want to say. There's somebody else here I want to introduce, and I want to ask to come up here. When we nominated Al Gore--we haven't formally, yet, but when he got through the primaries--he's the only candidate in our party's history in a contested primary, including me, who went all the way through the primaries and didn't lose a single one. And I want to bring up Bill Daley's partner, Donna Brazile, our campaign manager for the Gore campaign. Come on up here, Donna. Thank you. I thank Joe Andrew for his leadership. And I want to thank Terry McAuliffe for coming in here to help us get this convention financed and get it off to a good foot. It sounds strange, but I'm grateful to Bill Daley for leaving my Cabinet--[laughter]--because he's going to lead the Vice President to victory. So I thank them all. I want to say a couple of things about--first, I thank Art for reminding you that I kept my word--[laughter]--and I'm glad to be here. In 1995 a Presidential scholar named Thomas Patterson surveyed all the campaign commitments made by the last five Presidents and said by '95, I had already kept a higher percentage of my commitments than my five predecessors. And we've got a higher percentage now, thanks to you, and I thank you for that. I would like to say just a few things to you. First, I am grateful that we are having this convention which will be, as you know, my farewell convention as President, in the State of California. Audience members. Boo-o-o! The President. I'm not going to shrivel up. I'll be around. [Laughter] But listen, I'm grateful that we're having this in California because so much of the texture of my campaign in '92--the energy, the ideals, the passion--was borne out of the inspiration I received from the pain and the faith, from the longing and the idealism that I saw in California in 1992, when we had a terrible economy, a profoundly divided society, and a level of political rhetoric that was making it worse. And I asked you to give me a chance to turn it around. And starting with the California Democrats, you did. And you didn't give up on me. The day after I won the Democratic primary in California, they said, ``How dumb are they? Clinton is in third place in the polls.'' There were all these people talking about the polls. They remember it. In June, I was in third place, at 25 percent. I've been buried more times than the undertaker's old suit. [Laughter] But you didn't quit because you had this idea that we could do something together to make a difference. [[Page 1470]] And then, after I got in, California had earthquakes, fires, floods--[laughter]--everything but the lotus arrived for you. [Laughter] And we just kept plugging away and didn't give up. And now, we had to rebuild a freeway, rebuild Cal State, Northridge. We had to do a lot of things, but I did try to help. And I appreciate that. So 7\1/2\ years later, thanks to your work and your faith and the support I got from the people of California, along with Al Gore and our whole team, we've got the longest economic expansion in history and the highest homeownership in history and over 22 million new jobs and the lowest Hispanic- and African-American unemployment rate ever recorded and a 20-year low in poverty, a 25-year low in crime, a 32-year low in the welfare rolls. The air is cleaner. The water is cleaner. The food is safer. We set aside more land to be protected in history in the lower 48
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