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Social Security , #21302

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 30, 1972
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(Studio) Senator voted 82-4 to increase Social Security benefits by 20% beginning September 1. Administration concerned with school busing.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Lansing, Michigan) New approach to busing. State Board of Education 9-member panel dealt with problems of implementing Federal desegregation order. Meeting between Michigan Governor William Milliken and President advsr. Johh Ehrlichman at state capitol. [MILLIKEN - says he fully supports President Nixon's efforts to obtain a moratorium on court-ordered busing pending establishment of rational guidelines. Says he's appealing Judge Ross' recent order based on an incorrect finding that the state is guilty of intentional segregation. [EHRLICHMAN - says President's point is that complexity of problem requires a national policy and a mtl. attack on the problem by legislation.] The state school superintendent feels differently. [School superintendent, Dr. Johh PORTER - thinks whole school busing issue will have to be resolved within the Supreme Court in the near future.] All questions remain open.
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

Kincaid, Jim;
Reasoner, Harry

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