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Reagan / Corporate Tax #286596

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 26, 1983
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(Studio) President Reagan rptd, suggesting eliminating corporation income tax.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Bedford, Massachusetts) [REAGAN - thinks corporation taxes are unfair.] Pol. aspect of his trip here noted. [REAGAN - praises job training program.] His later stop at Erie Pub noted, shown. Obvious campaign aspects of President's activities discussed.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Boston, Massachusetts) Obstacles presented unemployed such as Wanda Johnson in finding jobs in high technology industry examined; Reagan's cut in funds for programs such as those operated by Opportunity Ind. Center (OIC) and impact on job-training efforts discussed. [OIC spokesperson Clarence DONELAN - doesn't anticipate being able to place many applicants.] Failure of industry to follow Digital Corporation into Roxbury, Massachusetts, noted. [Econ. Dvt. and Ind. Corporation spokesperson Brian DARCEY - explains irony in Reagan's visit to area today.] [MIT technology analyst Harley SHAIKEN - notes criteria for incrd. employment.] Boston-based companies Hewlett-Packard, Wang Lab., and Prime Computer reported all opening plants in Puerto Rico in recent mos.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Young, Steve

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