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100th Cong. #105663

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 03, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(DC: Lark McCarthy) Issues President Reagan likely faces opposition on when Democrat-controlled 100th Congress convenes previewed; scenes shown. [December 3, 1986, Representative James WRIGHT - welcomes new mbrs.] [Senator Robert DOLE - fears Iran arms scandal will hurt cntry.] [Brookings Institution spokesperson Stephen HESS - notes budget deficit is priority with nation, not Congress] [Senator Robert BYRD - will attack trade deficit.] Other issues scheduled for Congress listed on screen, discussed. [HESS - expects President to have difficulty with new Congress]

(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) "This Wk." announced.

McCarthy, Lark;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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