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(Studio) Supreme Court's refusal to hear case brought by group of federal judges with regard to salaries and acceptance of arguments with regard to Labor Department's controversial agency, OSHA, and its inspections reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(DC) Details given with regard to OSHA inspections case, involving Pocatello, ID, heating and plumbing shop owner Bill Barlow. John Birch Society mbr. Barlow's contention that Constitution requires warrant for any such inspections noted. [BARLOW - cites position on inspection rights. Thinks OSHA should be put out of business] [OSHA director Eula BINGHAM - notes safety features and lack of such that inspectors look for in searches.] Arguments of Solicitor General Wade McCree and justices' suggestion with regard to easily-obtained warrants for inspectors detailed.
REPORTER: Fred Graham Artist: John Hart
(Studio) Justice Harry Blackmun's resumption of seat on court after absence for surgery for prostate cancer and Justice William Brennan's absence for treatment for cancer of vocal cords reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
- Graham, Fred;
- Schieffer, Bob
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