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Florida Women's Meeting #253188

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 17, 1977
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(Studio) Women across United States prepare for national women's meeting in fall; all 50 states have now had own mtgs.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Orlando, Florida) Report on Florida meeting and controversy with regard to ERA and vote on it. [WOMAN - rules vote is tied.] At next meeting, there's lack of quorum. [2nd WOMAN - rules lack of quorum.] [International Women's Committee representative Elizabeth ATHANASAKOS - says group will take consensus; asks those intent on obstructing meeting to leave.] Conf. ends without approval or rejection of single resolution.
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Dean, Morton;
Hall, Bruce

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