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1980 Budget / Urban Areas / Newark #260138

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 22, 1979
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(Studio) Effect of President Carter's proposed budget on urban areas described.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Newark, New Jersey) Report on Newark, New Jersey's, dependence on federal aid. City's problems outlined. Films shown, include January IS film from newscast. [Newark Mayor Kenneth GIBSON - comments on city's dependence on state and federal funds.] Statistics with regard to federal aid to states and cities in recent years stated. Criticism of President Carter by Gibson and other big-city mayors for 1980 budget noted. [GIBSON - comments.] View of some that Gibson is at fault for city's problems reported Ex. given is recent session of city council where policemen protested. [Laid-off policeman Robert RADICE - comments on shortage of police protect ion due to shortage of fed. funds.] Gibson's call for property tax increase this year stated.
REPORTER: Gary Shepard

Mudd, Roger;
Shepard, Gary

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