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Budget #282502

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 08, 1982
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(Studio) Significance of budget battle considered. Characteristics of fiscal 1983 budget set forth.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Bloomington, Minnesota) Reagan shown signing budget and sending it to Congress [Thomas P. O'NEILL - says Reagan has forgotten his roots; favors the rich.] [Representative Jim WRIGHT - says dismantling federal government doesn't solve the problems.] Reagan noted saying budget has not cut anything; just slowed growth rate of government spending. [REAGAN - denies budget is balanced on backs of needy. Quips about O'Neill country club remark.] [Howard BAKER - says budget will be passed, with some modifications.] [Senator Dan QUAYLE - argues about deficit.] [Senator Carl LEVIN - argues with huge incr. in defense budget.] [Dep. Defense Secretary Frank CARLUCCI - can't believe nation can't afford needed defense.] Reagan trip to Midwest in behalf of New Federalism reported Airport scenes in Minneapolis, Minnesota, shown. Pro-ERA protest shown.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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