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Jobs Bill #528574

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 15, 1983
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(Studio) Admin.'s actions with regard to prompt passage of jobs bill, stripped of Democrat proposals, noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Doubt that job bills proposed will positively affect unemp. noted. [Carter economy advsr. Barry BOSWORTH - ways job proposals will not have major effect on reducing unemployment.] Ineffectiveness of gasoline tax as unemployment aid cited. [Ford economy advsr. Alan GREENSPAN - considers possibility that jobs programs will cause rise in federal deficit, with resulting effect on employment.] [Representative Barber CONABLE - cites general concern with regard to unemployment as reason for congress actions with regard to jobs.] Jobs bill efforts called window dressing to protect jobs of Congress
REPORTER: Lisa Myers

Mudd, Roger;
Myers, Lisa

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