Despite President Carter's concessions on several platform planks here, at least a dozen otherissues could spark fireworks Tuesday and Wednesday. One issue -- Minority Report No. 3 -- is expected to result in a roll-call vote Tuesday night.
That report, opposed by the White House, requests a $12 billion anti-recession jobs program. Backers claim the program would add 800,000 jobs to the US economy.
Also debated during the next two days will be a number of other minority reports. Among them:
* A promise to enact a complete national health insurance program.
* A policy that makes jobs the "highest domestic priority" -- to "take precedence over all other domestic priorities."
* A promise that the party will withhold financial support from candidates who do not support the Equal Rights Amendment.
* A pledge to support women seeking federal funding for health services involving "reproductive decisions."
* A policy to repeal $5.2 billion in oil subsidies for intangible drilling and development costs.
* A pledge to oppose federal gasoline taxes or oil import fees to increase the price of gasoline.