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Carter / Mayors' Conference #264317

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 10, 1979
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(Studio) President Carter's policies seeking decontrol of oil prices and windfall oil profits tax said endorsed by conference of big cities mayors now meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) [Chicago, Illinois, Mayor Jane BYRNE - comments on current lack of popularity of President Carter.] Byrne said implying that Chicago, Illinois, might support Edward Kennedy instead of Carter in 1980. [Charleston, West Virginia, Mayor John HUTCHINSON - comments on erosion of Carter support.] [Gary, IN, Mayor Richard HATCHER - blames Congress] Republican mayors said to feel President Carter could be beaten in 1980.
REPORTER: Jerry Landay

Dean, Morton;
Landay, Jerry

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