Al Gore

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Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)

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Albert Gore, Jr., was inaugurated as the 45th Vice President of the United States on January 20, 1993.
For example, Vice President Albert Gore, Jr., in his study of "reinventing government," found 151 job-training programs scattered across seven agencies.
In his "Viewpoint," Senator Albert Gore, Jr. discusses legislation that would double federal funding for high-performance computing research and development over five years, fund supercomputing technology, and create a gigabit-per-second National Research and Education Network (NREN) by 1996.
A step in the right direction, she believes, is the Critical Trends Assessment Act being sponsored by Senator Albert Gore, Jr., of Tennessee (see THE FUTURIST, March-April 1990, page 22).
Two-and-a-half years later, building on a proposal first made by then-Representative Albert Gore, Jr. to establish a commission specifically on human genetic engineering, Congress included provisions in the Health Research Extension Act of 1985 to create a Biomedical Ethics Board (BEB), made up of six representatives and six senators (evenly divided between the two major parties), and a Biomedical Ethics Advisory Committee (BEAC) comprised of fourteen people from a variety of fields, to be appointed by the BEB.
Oddly, SDS's greatest legacy today is probably the vague but pronounced influence its ethos had on baby-boom politicians like Gary Hart, Albert Gore, Jr., and Joseph Biden (the opening line of the Port Huron statement is, "We are people of this generation')--not the strength of the alternative political structures it spawned.
Albert Gore, Jr., et al., however, they created a new right to uniform treatment in ballot counting.
The commitment to balance the federal budget has made the challenge of making government work better and cost less more critical, Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. told delegates to the Congressional City Conference.