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Economic Plan / Battle Lines #654601

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 04, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Lisa Myers) The battle between majority leader Senator Thomas Daschle and President Bush over proposed economic stimulus plans reported. [DASCHLE - blames the tax cut for the depletion of the surplus.] [Democratic strategist Mark PENN - says Bush created "the fiscal mess".] [Republican pollster Frank LUNTZ - says Daschle is a major Senate obstructionist.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Crawford, Texas: Campbell Brown) Bush's plans to unveil his economic stimulus examined; scenes shown of Bush in Crawford, Texas. [BUSH - says the people are more important than politics.] [White House economic advisor Lawrence LINDSEY - says the September 11 attack on America affected the economy.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Brown, Campbell;
Myers, Lisa

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