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Taxpayers' Revolt / Jarvis in Washington, DC #54320

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 19, 1978
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REPORTER: Bettina Gregory Charles Bierbauer Bill Seamans

(New York City Studio) California taxpayers' revolt said now at federal level.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC Studio) Howard Jarvis's trip to Washington, DC reported Message said to be "Stop the Spending." California vote recalled.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Jarvis's experiences on Capitol Hill reported Film shown. [California tax critic JARVIS - advocate less available money for government] Stance of Alan Cranston noted. [CRANSTON - expresses congress amazement.] Mtg. of Tip O'Neill reported [JARVIS - describes O'Neill's remarks.] Stance of Floyd Haskell of Colorado noted. Cuts in foreign aid expected; vote against cost-of-living increase for Congress reported John Rhodes characterization of House reaction noted.
REPORTER: Don Farmer

(NYC) ABC News-Harris poll reported Details given. Results shown on screen. Cut in community services said tempering factor in public attitude. Services mentioned include aid to elderly poor, schools, fire and police protection, hospitals and health care. [Louis HARRIS - explains public attitude.] Report summarized.
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

Reporter(s):
Farmer, Don;
Reasoner, Harry;
Reynolds, Frank;
Sherr, Lynn
Duration:
00:04:20

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