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Economy: Bush Plan / National Taxpayers Union #133063

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 08, 1991
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Statement from OMB director Richard Darman that tax cuts may be included in President Bush's economic program reported. Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Sheilah Kast) Views of the National Taxpayers Union, a conservative group that tracks all spending increases and cuts sponsored by each member of Congress, featured; position of Democratic candidate Senator Bob Kerrey outlined. [National Taxpayers Union Paul HEWITT - criticizes Congressmen for not introducing spending reductions.] Even conservatives Senators Jesse Helms, Alan Simpson and Warren Rudman noted sponsoring no cuts. [American Enterprise Institution Norman ORNSTEIN, Representative Charles RANGEL - criticize the National Taxpayers Union's agenda.]

Kast, Sheilah;
Sawyer, Forrest

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