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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) Senator Fin. Committee's speed with which it is dealing with President Reagan tax cut plan discussed. [Senator Robert BYRD - hopes for Senator action soon.] Plan's problems in House Ways and Means Committee and today's criticism of President Reagan by speaker Tip O'Neill examined. [O'NEILL - comments on President's propaganda mill.] Representative Jim Wright said indicating possible further delay in House approval of tax cut legislature; details given. Results of recent public opinion poll with regard to Reagan's drop in popularity mentioned.
REPORTER: Phil Jones
(DC) Reagan's continued public relations effort on behalf of his budget package examined; films shown. [REAGAN - comments on speaker Tip O'Neill's reaction to proposed compromise.] [Representative Robert YOUNG - notes Democrat position.] [Senator John DANFORTH - notes President's optimism with regard to Senator Fin. Committee's approval of bill.] [REAGAN - comments on critics.] President said continuing lobbying campaign with series of speeches; details given.
REPORTER: Bill Plante
- Jones, Phil;
- Plante, Bill;
- Rather, Dan
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