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Tax Reforms #294477

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 1984
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(Studio) Treasury Secretary Don. Regan reported claiming tax reform proposals could be announced next week; concern that proposals are screen for tax increase despite President Reagan's public stance against higher taxes noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(New Jersey) Modified flat tax debate explained, using proposed legislature of Senator Bill Bradley and Representative Jack Kemp to illustrate system's complexity. [BRADLEY - notes unfairness of tax system at present.] [KEMP - denies philosophical difference with Bradley.] Details of each plan outlined on screen, discussed [KEMP - wants corps. and wealthy to pay taxes.] [US Chamber of Commerce spokesperson Richard RAHN - would like Congress to ignore situation.] [BRADLEY - comments.]

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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