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California Farm Bill #240825

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 05, 1975
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(Studio) California Governor Edward Brown Junior signs bill designed to bring new era of labor peace to California's farmlands and vineyards.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Arvin, California) For 10 years, California's agriculture often resembled battle ground; details given. [Governor BROWN - says bill made possible by California farm workers, sympathizers across nation and goodwill of all involved.] Details of farm bill outlined. [United Farm Workers Ben MADDOX - believes union to win back contracts lost to Teamsters in past.] [Teamsters Robert RINKER - says Teamsters have more to offer.] [Grape grower Jim LAWRENCE - thinks 2 unions to be battling over farm workers; to create more problems than it will cure.] If new law works, big winners could be workers themselves.

Cronkite, Walter;
Dow, David

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