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(Studio) Issue of air safety bags in autos said coming before Cong tomorrow; pros and cons outlined.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Tactics taken by both sides reported; case of Yvonne Fraser presented. Film shown, courtesy Mini-Cars, with regard to fire danger from airbags. [Airbag project manager Peter DILL - discusses test results.] [Representative James SCHEUER - criticizes film.] National Highway Safety Admin.'s criticism of film quoted. House vote tomorrow anticipated.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer
- Mudd, Roger;
- Spencer, Susan
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