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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(DC: Linda Taira) President Bush reported calling top advrs. Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady, OMB director Richard Darman, White House chief of staff John Sununu and Federal Reserve Bd. chairperson Alan Greenspan to Camp David, MD, for meeting to discuss Treasury Department proposals to deal with savings and loan crisis; details given of plans. [National Council of Savings Insts. Martin REGALIA - discusses proposal.] Bush's current position with regard to S&Ls noted. [Ex-budget director James MILLER - stresses immediacy of problem.] [Brookings Institution Stephen HESS - comments on likely approach of this president] Bush reported set to deliver his budget to Congress on Thursday
- Schieffer, Bob;
- Taira, Linda
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