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Budget Cuts / Schneider #278891

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 15, 1981
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(Studio) Representative Claudine Schneider noted 1 of 2 Republicans voting against President Reagan's budget cuts.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Providence, Rhode Island) Reaction of Schneider's constituents to her stance on budget examined; Schneider's campaign tactics recalled. [Audrey MURATORE, Paul DEMACIO, SCHNEIDER - discuss budget cuts.] Possible impact of Reagan's national popularity on her constituents considered. [SCHNEIDER - discusses concerns of her region.] Response of radio talk show to Reagan's economy policies noted. [CALLERS and SCHNEIDER - exchange views on tax and budget cuts.] [SCHNEIDER - addresses Republican fundraising affair.] Consequences for Representatives like Schneider if President's economy plan fails mentioned.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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