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Congress / Lame-Duck Session #63018

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 1980
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(Studio) Apparent approach of post-elec. Congress towards new legislature outlined.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) House speaker Tip O'Neill's analysis of lame-duck session noted; House TV tapes shown. [REPRESENTATIVES. - fight for order.] Representative Morris Udall's response to House action on Alaska Lands Bill noted; Senator Robert Byrd's position on tax cut legislature mentioned.

(DC) Morale among Democratic Senators examined; Senator Robert Byrd's defense of Panama Canal treaties noted. [Senator Daniel INOUYE - praises Senators John Culver and John Durkin.] [DURKIN, Russell LONG - comment.] Implications of Byrd's remarks on Ronald Reagan considered.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin, Artist: Mike Leahy

Hume, Brit;
Mackin,, Catherine;
Reynolds, Frank

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