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Clinton / Tax Breaks For Rich #605517

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 11, 1995
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Preview/Introduction Tom Brokaw (New York)

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Brian Williams) President Clinton's signing of tax break legislation that allows Fox television network owner Rupert Murdoch to sell his Atlanta television station to a minority-owned business at a savings of 63 billion dollars in taxes and provides a tax break for all of the rich by allowing them to renounce their citizenship and not pay taxes as well as somewhat lowering taxes for the self-employed by permitting a deduction of 25 of their health care premiums reported. [CLINTON - says the tax break for the wealthy media firms was a bad mistake; adds that a line item veto it would have been made different story.] [Political analyst Kevin PHILLIPS - says it's not the President's fault.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Williams, Brian

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