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Tax Reform #303843

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 28, 1985
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(Studio) President Reagan noted presenting his tax reform recommendations tonight.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Reagan's proposal outlined on screen, discussed. [Republican political consultant Lee ATWATER - thinks public wants equitable tax structure.] [Representative Dan ROSTENKOWSKI - will cooperate with President; explains.]
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(NYC) Winners and losers in Reagan's tax plan examined. [PEOPLE - comment.]
REPORTER: Jane Bryant Quinn

(NYC) Reagan's plan's implications for business community discussed. [American Bus. Conf. spokesperson Jack ALBERTINE - acknowledges many companies pay no taxes.] [Bus. lobbyist Charls WALKER - fears recession as result of plan.]

Brady, Ray;
Plante, Bill;
Quinn, Jane Bryant;
Rather, Dan

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