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Social Security Bill #46292

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 26, 1977
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(Studio) Social Security tax hike as part of new bill on which House has begun debate noted.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(DC) Report on details of proposed Social Security bill and reaction to it. [Representative Barber CONABLE - cites objections to Social Security tax hike on employees.] Bill's proposed changes with regard to outside income ceiling for those on Social Security set forth.

(Atlanta, Georgia) Report on effect of proposed outside income ceiling changes on semi-retired theatrical booking agent David Brumit and wife. [BRUMIT - cites objections to proposed bill and its effects on own earnings.] Effects of bill on Brumit's part-time earnings noted.
REPORTER: Bob Sirkin

Hume, Brit;
Sirkin, Bob;
Walters, Barbara

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