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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 10, 1982
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(Studio) Senator approval of additional funds for unemployment benefits and President Reagan's opposition to size of current heating for the poor program noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Webber family's winter problems due to size of heating bill said typical of nation's situation. [Theresa WEBBER - comments.] President Reagan's proposed cuts in program outlined. [Health and Human Services spokesperson Linda McMAHON - notes competing priorities in budget.] [Representative Philip SHARE - responds.] [Cnty. activist William THORNE - notes senior citizens' plights.] House's anticipated reaction considered.
REPORTER: Bill Lynch

Lynch, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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