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CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 21, 1977
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(Studio) AFL-CIO executive council opens meeting in Florida today. Labor Secretary Ray Marshall also attends.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Bal Harbour, Florida) [AFL-CIO President George MEANY - says hello to reporters] Meany's praise for Carter, despite differences between administration and unions, noted. Labor Secretary Marshall says things go well even with differences. [MARSHALL - says economy stimulus package is major point of difference, but relations too strong to be broken over that.] Meany opposes administration proposal that labor and unions local government have prior notice of price and wage increases [MEANY - says even if Billy Carter wanted plan, they'd oppose it.] Council will meet this week to put together legislature package, include repeal of right-to-work laws. Legis. will be what unions think there's chance of with Democrats that there wasn't with Republicans
REPORTER: Betsy Aaron

Aaron, Betsy;
Mudd, Roger

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