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Cong. Action #51128

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 13, 1978
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(Studio) Report on congress action and controversy.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) House debate over putting whole energy package together for vote noted. Audio tapes played. [Representative John ANDERSON - states opposition to putting legislature in one package] [Representative James WRIGHT - asks that parochial and economy ints. assaulting Congmen. be abandoned in voting natural gas bill part of full energy package] Details of voting given; switches bringing victory for President Carter's plan, include single-vote margin provided by Representative Thomas B. Evans, outlined. Speaker Tip O'Neill's refusal to have 2nd vote reported Probable House vote on energy package on Saturday stated; expected approval cited. Stalling of energy tax bill in Senate mentioned. Details about tax bill problems in Congress and with Carter given. Prospect for Humphrey-Hawkins bill outlined.
REPORTER: Don Farmer Artist: Freda Reiter

Farmer, Don;
Reynolds, Frank

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