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Taxpayer Revolt / California Vote / Reactions #499601

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 08, 1978
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(Studio) 1st results of California taxpayers' approval of Proposition 13 reported; Standard and Poor's suspension of rating on city and town bonds noted. Governor Brown's address to state legislature stated
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Sacramento, California) Brown's plans for coping with cutbacks outlined. [BROWN - makes recommendations of aid to city and county govts.] Republican legislature' reaction to Brown plan described. [California senate minority leader Paul PRIOLO - says Brown is coming around to support voters' decision and thinks he should, as governor] Outlook for situation examined.
REPORTER: Don Harris

(Studio) Implications of California vote in Nebraska reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Lincoln, Nebraska) Nebraska state legislature's recent rejection of property tax relief measure and resulting petition drive to bypass legislature with amendment to state constitution noted. Governor J.J. Exon's opening of spec. legislature session for consideration of 14 new measures to give tax relief reported [Republican state senate Jerry KOCH - comments on public mood for tax relief.] [Democrat state senate Pat VENDITTE - says legislature knows mood of people and that it would be prudent to vote for tax lid.] Upcoming Nebraska state legislature elecs. noted.
REPORTER: Bob Kur

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Harris, Don;
Kur, Bob
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00:03:50

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