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Sex Scandal / Hays / Ray #246505

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 02, 1976
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(Studio) More developments in sex scandal involving Representative Wayne Hays and Elizabeth Ray.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) House Ethics Committee votes to investigate matter. [Representative James QUILLEN - believes investigation can proceed without any conflict with regard to other probes into matter.] 7 Democrats call for Hays to give up power in House til case resolved. [Majority leader Thomas O'NEILL - thinks Hays should step down for now as chairperson of 2 cmtes.] Hays welcomes probe. "Chicago Tribune" reports Ms. Ray says she had sexual relations with several men in Congress and White House [Ms. RAY - denies story. Tells gentlemen with whom she's had casual relations not to worry about her hurting them.]
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw

Cronkite, Walter;
Shaw, Bernard

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