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Democratic members of the House Ways and Means Committee meet at Capitol Hill in Washington where it was indicated that they would support a two-year tax cut plan in opposition to the three-year one offered by the Reagan administration, June 3, 1981.  From left are panel members Sam Gibbons of Fla. and chairman of the panel Dan Rostenkowski of Ill. Men in center and right are unidentified aides. (AP Photo/John Duricka)
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Democratic members of the House Ways and Means Committee meet at Capitol Hill in Washington where it was indicated that they would support a two-year tax cut plan in opposition to the three-year one offered by the Reagan administration, June 3, 1981. From left are panel members Sam Gibbons of Fla. and chairman of the panel Dan Rostenkowski of Ill. Men in center and right are unidentified aides. (AP Photo/John Duricka)

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