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Tax Cuts #518171

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 27, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan's speech tonight with regard to his tax cut proposals announced; NBC coverage mentioned.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Reagan's continued lobbying efforts discussed. [REAGAN - asks for support.] Promotional efforts of Alabama Governor "Fob" James on Reagan's behalf outlined. [Representative Gus YATRON - claims he's still uncommitted.] Republican radio and television commercials shown. President's anticipated remarks tonight outlined.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) [Courtesy PBS' "MacNeil-Lehrer Report", speaker Thomas O'NEILL - predicts Democrat victory in House] [Representative Kent HANCE - considers race close.] Admin. pressure tactics on Capitol Hill discussed. [Representative Chas. HATCHER - will decide soon.] Possible impact of Reagan's speech tonight considered.
REPORTER: Carole Simpson

(Studio) House desire to complete tax legislature debate due to schedule of annual congress baseball game noted; Representative Ron Mottl said starting pitcher. His presence at Camp David yesterday recalled; Representative John LeBoutillier's criticism of Thomas O'Neill mentioned.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Mudd, Roger;
Palmer, John;
Simpson, Carole

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