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Taxpayers' Revolt / California / Louisiana #499286

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 15, 1978
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(Studio) San Francisco's plans to give early release to some youthful offenders in detention homes due to cutbacks in wake of Prop. 13 passage reported Similar plans in other California counties noted. Report on place where some believe taxes have been too low, too long.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Louisiana laws guaranteeing low property tax assessments noted; credited by most for getting laws passed is former Jefferson Parish tax assessor Lawrence Chehardy. [CHEHARDY - feels owning property is God-given, constitutionally guaranteed right and should be preserved. Thinks movement has begun and will go all over cntry.] New Orleans Mayor Ernest Morial's statements about effect of laws on city budget for services and schools and about plans to deal with situation outlined. [MORIAL - states position on no-property tax ownership.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

(Studio) Upcoming special broadcast on tax revolt and Prop. 13 reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Jones, Kenley

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