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Arizona / Udall #277442

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 30, 1981
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(Studio) State legislature reported redrawing boundaries of Congress dists. in effort to reflect shift in population; efforts of Democrats and Republicans to gain strength during process noted.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Tucson, Arizona) Representative Morris Udall's political situation examined; films shown. [UDALL - compares self with goose on opening day of duck season.] His problems stemming from reapportionment outlined. [Cnty. Republican chairperson Emmett McLAUGHLIN - wants more support for President] [UDALL - thinks these are intoxicating times for Republicans] Impact of retirees on political map of the sunbelt discussed; current status of Republican strength considered. [Governor Bruce BABBITT - says Udall will have use of his veto power.] Alternative strategy available to Republicans cited.

Dow, David;
Schieffer, Bob

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