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Campaign 2012 / Florida / Tax Plans #1012731

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 25, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) American Research Group poll figures on the lead held by Mitt Romney over former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich on January 13-15 and January 23-24 outlined on screen.

(Cocoa, Florida: Dean Reynolds) What Gingrich would do about taxes examined; details given about his position on estate, income taxes and a flat tax. [In interview, GINGRICH - says zero capital gains tax to bring in jobs; states people would go to a flat tax and cutting taxes would increase revenues.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Miami: Jan Crawford) What Romney would do about taxes examined; details given about his position on tax cuts, the estate tax, corporate tax rates. [ROMNEY - says the middle class should be able to save dividends; states the tax code is too complex.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) The estimates from the non-partisan Tax Policy Center on how the deficit would increase under the plans from Romney and Gingrich outlined on screen.

Pelley, Scott;
Reynolds, Dean;
Crawford, Jan

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