CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 15, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Pro- and anti-tuition tax credit positions examined; Michael Dwyer's decision to send children Steve, Wendy, and others to Catholic school and fins. involved noted. [DWYER - claims state benefits from giving him tax deduction.] [Minnesota Civil Liberties Union spokesperson Matthew STARK - presents opposing view.] Supreme Court noted hearing such Church-State issue Monday Justice Department's argument for tuition tax credit explained. [Minnesota attorney general Hubert H. HUMPHREY III - claims tuition tax credit is same as charitable deduction.] [Plaintiff's attorney William KAAPF - explains opposing view.] Implications for Reagan proposal should Supreme Court strike down Minnesota law explained.
REPORTER: Fred Graham
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