Washington Outlook: Capital Wrapup
If Bill Clinton decides to seek Republican help in getting his economic program through Congress, he may well turn to Representative Steve Gunderson. The Wisconsin moderate has been critical of the obstructionist stand taken by the elected GOP leadership, especially in the House. He says he has found overwhelming support for Clinton's deficit-fighting goals at town meetings back home. "Republicans need to be careful," he warns. "We're getting a reputation among the American people for just blindly opposing Bill Clinton rather than being constructive in our criticism."