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Washington, DC / Capitol Hill Empls. #115900

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 03, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Mtg. of Black Caucus chairperson with Speaker of House to discuss working conds. for Capitol Hill empls. reported Report introduced.

(DC: Ann Compton) Working conds. in House of Representatives "folding room" featured; details given, scenes shown. [Representative Mervyn DYMALLY - condemns working conds. there.] [Worker Alfred SMALL - says they don't care about workers' health.] [Folding room employment Christopher LOGAN - wants overtime pay.] [DYMALLY - compares situation to old sweatshops.] Defense of working conds. by House storekeeper James Mulloy detailed. Congress reported exempting own workers from health standards for other workers.

Compton, Ann;
Jennings, Peter

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