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Budget / Texas #282154

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 15, 1982
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(Studio) Democrat Ralph Hall said finding support for Reagan in his Texas district.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Dallas, Texas) Last week, [REAGAN - predicts congress political constituents will approve his budget.] Representative Ralph M. Hall shown making survey in his district. [Re: Reagan, WOMAN - says "hang him."] Reaction said against Reagan budget. Scenes shown. [MEN - express concern with regard to interest rates.] [HALL - says Reagan has to improve on Reagan.] Blame said put on anyone but Reagan; Paul Volcker especially noted. [MAN - calls for Volcker replacement.] Reagan support said essentially strong. [Auto DEALER - likes what Reagan is doing.] [BUILDER - says people still like Reagan.] Hall said finding people still with Reagan.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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