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Cong. Action / Jobs / Foreign Aid / Federal Spending / Tax Reform #45231

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 10, 1976
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(Studio) Senator approves bill appropriating money to create jobs in cities with high unemployment. President vetoes authorization bill for jobs program; veto over-ridden. Is unlikely President can veto final bill, by size of vote in each house Senator also sends foreign aid bill to conference committee ; Mideast ntns. would be major beneficiaries. Conf. committee approves resolution setting limit on federal spending; another conference committee approves tax reform bill.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Report on tax reform bill. Many changes designed to plug loopholes used by wealthy to pay fewer taxes. Major changes in bill cited. (Video and audio lost for approx. 2-3 seconds at end of report).
REPORTER: Vic Ratner

Ratner, Vic;
Reasoner, Harry

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