ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 30, 1976
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(Studio) In Washington, DC today Senator Finance Committee chairperson Senator Russell Long gives President-elect Carter suggestions with regard to tax cuts; Carter has said he'll wait till after January to decide on possible tax cut proposal.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters
(Studio) Carter involved with economy today. Speaks to farm group via telephone with regard to farm export program; government reports today farm prices from mid-October to mid-November dropped. Carter also says he'll appointed person with farm experience as Agriculture Secretary Carter has asked steel companies to reconsider price hikes; today, president of Jones and Laughlin Steel Company offers to go to Plains, Georgia, with other steel company representatives to discuss matter, but Carter spokesperson says he can't say if such meeting would be useful since Carter isn't President yet. Ldrs. of European Common Mkt. say today in Belgium they want to talk to Carter with regard to economy problems.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
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