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Pontiac, Michigan / Busing / Alabama Bill #219298

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 02, 1971
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(Studio) Anti-busing rally held in Pontiac, Michigan.

(Pontiac, Michigan) [Attorney Brooks PATTERSON - says major uniting for 1st time to keep minority from taking rights away.] [Concerned Citizens for Better Edward spokesperson Aubrey SHORT - says tired of paying taxes to see children used as pawns.] [Michigan Senator L. Harry LODGE - says parents should control destiny of child.]
REPORTER: Murray Fromson

(Studio) Alabama House of Representatives passes Governor George C. Wallace anti-busing bill.

(Montgomery, Alabama) [Alabama Representative Fred GRAY - says bill will place school bds. in middle between Alabama law and Federal Court orders.] [Alabama Representative Tom DRAKE - says passing bill in line with recent Supreme Court decision.] Bill passes 92-7; Alabama Senator expected to pass bill within 2 weeks
REPORTER: David Dick

Dick, David;
Fromson, Murray;
Hart, John

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