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Governors Conference #259343

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 28, 1978
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(Studio) Report on govs. conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Boston, Massachusetts) Conf. noted as 1st govs.' meeting since Howard Jarvis propelled Prop. 13 into California law. Senator Edward Kennedy's advocacy of his national health insurance program, which is different from President Carter's reported [KENNEDY - believes conditional arrangement wrong.] Question of government controlling cost outlined. [IN Governor Otis BOWEN - says Medicaid experience proves abuses and problems in federal medical programs.] [California Governor Jerry BROWN - wouldn't underestimate power of Howard Jarvis or Prop. 13. Comments on this movement in American] [Pennsylvania Governor Milton SHAPP - quotes from letter he wrote Brown, comparing situation in California to Boston Tea Party.]
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Mudd, Roger

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