NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 27, 1982
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(Studio) President Reagan's criticism of his detractors quoted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) [REAGAN - criticizes opponents of New Federalism.] President's agenda for selling proposals to state leaders outlined. [Edwin MEESE - notes President's decision on tax increase issue.] Treasury Department reported seeking legislature requiring banks to withhold taxes due on dividend payments.
REPORTER: John Palmer
(Studio) Programs turned over to state control noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Austin, Texas) Texas reaction to President's New Federalism examined. [Lieutenant Governor William HOBBY - notes amount involved.] [Governor William CLEMENTS - supports Reagan philosophy.] Texas econs. considered.
REPORTER: Dan Molina
(Detroit, Michigan) Reaction here to President's State of Union address examined. [State budget director Gerald MILLER - criticizes President's approach.] Econ. measures ordered by Governor William Milliken outlined. [Lilly WRIGHT - comments.] [UNEMPLOYED - criticize President's plan.] "Detroit Free Press" noted offering free classified space for unemployed.
REPORTER: Jim Cummins
(Bolton, Mississippi) [Mary NICHOLS - notes economy problems.] Mississippi's economy problems outlined. [Governor William WINTER, welfare advocate Rims BARBER - criticize plan.]
REPORTER: Bill Schechner
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