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Environmental Family
[CITY Edition]
Newsday - Long Island, N.Y.
Author: By Nick Chiles. STAFF WRITER
Date: Jul 10, 1992
Start Page: 28
Section: NEWS
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The lesson? "I learned that politicians don't always listen to you," [Alexis Dinniman] said. Alexis is interested to hear what Bill Clinton has to say about the environment when she travels here with her mother [Margo Dinniman] on Tuesday for the Democratic National Convention. They will meet up in New York with her father, Andrew Dinniman, who is coming to the city today.

Alexis still has a 13-year-old's ambivalence about politics. "I'm not really interested in politics - but it's sort of interesting at the same time," she said, giggling. "You know, how they make the laws and how you can influence the government and stuff." *** Andrew Dinniman Delegate from Pennsylvania Age: 47 Job: Chester County commissioner On NYC: "My wife loves to shop, which is fine. She wants to go to Bergdorf . . .One of her friends is coming up from Princeton; they're going to team up in New York to shop."

Photo by Chris Gardner- Andrew, Margo and Alexis Dinniman. Chart-Short profile of Andrew Dinniman. (See end of text)

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