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Detroit / Fin. #277906

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 23, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Detroit, Michigan) Detroit's financial problems examined. [Mayor Coleman YOUNG - thinks city faces bankruptcy.] Criticism of his analysis by opponents outlined. [Detroit AFL-CIO president Tom TURNER - calls it hogwash.] Racial breakdown among voters with regard to current tax increase legislature noted. [YOUNG - considers it racism.] Young's call for incrd. taxes for nonresidents working in Detroit mentioned. [State representative Douglas CRUCE - doesn't think city has demonstrated need.] Positions of various labor and social groups on issue cited. [Detroit AFSCME spokesperson Robert JOHNSON - explains organization's position.] Young's lobbying efforts described.

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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