CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 16, 1979
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REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) AFL-CIO suit, argued by attorney Laurence Gold before Judge Barrington Parker with regard to President Carter's legal right to enforce wage/price guidelines detailed. 1974 congress outlawing of mandatory controls after Richard Nixon's proved unpopular recalled. Assistant attorney general Barbara Babcock's argument quoted Possible ruling within 10 days due to necessity of case going to Supreme Court noted. Parker quoted.
REPORTER: Fred Graham Artist: Arthur Lien
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