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Bush / Budget Tax Bill #438775

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 08, 2001
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(Capitol Hill: Wolf Blitzer) House passage of President Bush's tax cut bill featured; details given of the arguments offered by the Democrats and the Republicans. [Representatives Dick ARMEY, Richard GEPHARDT, BUSH, Representatives Gerald KLECZKA, Nancy PELOSI - offer views on the tax bill.]

(Fargo, North Dakota: John King) Bush's travels to promote his tax plan featured; map shown of Bush's coming visits to states with Democratic senators. [In speech, BUSH - calls the House passage of the tax bill a victory.]

(Capitol Hill: Wolf Blitzer, Kate Snow) The House vote for the large tax cut in which all the Republicans supported the president discussed; details given about how the other tax provisions, including the estate tax, will be handled.

Blitzer, Wolf;
King, John;
Snow, Kate

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