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President' Taxes / California #468124

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 11, 1973
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(Studio) Senator Lowell Weicker gives study of President' taxes to IRS. Study insists Nixon didn't meet legal requirements in turning over Vice President papers to government Questions raised about President' real estate and profit's taxes in California also. Details outlined. State's tax board meets in Sacramento, California, to discuss President' California taxes.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Sacramento, California) Heated argument occurs during meeting over President' taxes. [Democrat William BENNETT - insists President be sent bill for back taxes.] [Republican Houston FLOURNOY - assures Bennett if taxes should be paid, Nixon would pay.] Flournoy and Bennett shoot angry words back and forth till meeting adjourns.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin

Chancellor, John;
Mackin, Catherine

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