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Segment 3 (Taxes, Schools and Politics) #496559

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 01, 1978
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(Studio) Report on effect of school financing on Ohio governor race.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Ohio) Ohio ranking 25th in money spent per pupil noted; school closings due to lack of funds reported; Democratic candidate Richard Celeste, Republican candidate Gov James Rhodes profiled; candidates' positions with regard to state school financing detailed; local school dists. property tax referendums to raise school funds noted; Dayton, Ohio, tax issue described. [Dayton school board member Jane CURTIS - says local tax referendum may be defeated because of belief next governor will solve problem.] [CELESTE - says wants to shift burden from local property taxes to state income tax.] [RHODES - says Celeste will double income taxes.]
REPORTER: Tom Pettit

Chancellor, John;
Pettit, Tom

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