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(Studio) Bankers lobby against withholding income taxes on dividends and interest said trying to attach desired amendment to jobs legislature; President Reagan reported promising to veto such bill.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) Efforts of Senator Republicans to attach bankers' amendment to jobs bill proposed by Reagan and President's reaction examined. [REAGAN - criticizes banking ind.'s lobbying, will veto legislature; defs. former Environmental Protection Agency administration Anne Burford's job performance; attacks environmental extremists.] [Wilderness Society spokesperson Gaylord NELSON - thinks White House, Environmental Protection Agency and Interior Department resemble dodo bird's nest.] Environmental Protection Agency audit figs. said confirming its case load has dropped dramatically; continuing national concern over environmental mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Plante
(Studio) President Reagan's jobs bill noted establishing lower minimum wage for young workers seeking summer employment as well as tax credits for business hiring hard-core unemployed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
- Plante, Bill;
- Rather, Dan
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