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Supreme Court / Gramm-Rudman #104097

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 07, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(DC: Tim O'Brien) Implications of Supreme Court ruling on Gramm-Rudman- Hollings budget legislature discussed; Comptroller General Charles Bowsher's role in controlling budget explained. Opinion of Chief Justice Warren Burger and dissenting view of Justice Byron White outlined, quoted on screen. (Artist: Aggie Whelan Kenny)

(DC: Charles Gibson) Capitol Hill's reaction examined; scenes shown. [Representative Michael SYNAR, Senator Warren RUDMAN - praise ruling.] [Representative John PORTER, Senator Robert DOLE - cite reality of meeting bill's demands.] Pol. advantages to President Reagan explained. [Press spokesperson Larry SPEAKES - cites President's goal.]

Gibson, Charles;
Jennings, Peter;
Kenny, Aggie Whelan;
O'Brien, Tim

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