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96th Congress / Antibusing and Fair Housing Legis. #268670

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 05, 1980
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(Studio) Delay in adjournment of 96th Congress due to President Carter's announced intention of vetoing antibusing legislature and filibuster over fair hsing. laws reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Efforts by civil rights activists to get support for President Carter's veto of antibusing legislature noted include meeting between Reverend Jesse Jackson and Senator Strom Thurmond; details given, films shown [JACKSON - comments.] Filibuster in Senate against Senator Robert Byrd's fair hsing. legislature by Sen Orrin Hatch examined. [HATCH - comments.] Apparent reason for intensity of conflict between Democrats and Republicans noted.
REPORTER: Phil Jones Artist: Peggy Gage

Cronkite, Walter;
Jones, Phil

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