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REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Los Angeles, California) Howard Jarvis' successful tax rebellion in California with Proposition 13 in 1978 recalled. [Schools superintendent Lillian BARNA, Mayor Tom BRADLEY - note city's reached end of economy rope.] [City council Joy PICUS - notes constituents' call for budget cuts.] Field Institution survey of public's perception of Proposition 13's impact on their lives outlined on screen, discussed. [JARVIS, Ray ELLIS - praise Proposition 13.] Proposition's impact on city services noted. [Else YAZEL - regrets voting for Proposition 13.] Proposition's impact on various services outlined. [BRADLEY - can't cut city's budget any further.] Proposition' s impact on school system described. [Parent Bonnie BANNERMAN - notes child's classroom environmental] [ELLIS - blames bureaucrats.] [BARNA - claims school district is bankrupt.] [Stanford Univ. spokesperson Michael KIRST - notes state controls school districts' total expenditures.] [City council Hal BERNSON - believes Proposition 13 would pass again.] [JARVIS - criticizes city cncl.]
REPORTER: David Dow
- Dean, Morton;
- Dow, David
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