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ERA / Florida Primary #286157

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 03, 1982
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(Studio) Failure of Equal Rights Amendment to be ratified recalled.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Jacksonville, Florida) ERA supporters' possible impact on upcoming Florida primary examined; June 22, 1982 demonstration shown. ["Florida Times Union" editor Hank GREEN - thinks state senate candidate Nancie Crabb has been helped by her ERA support in race against Joe Carlucci; explains.] Organizations endorsing Crabb mentioned, listed in part on screen. [CRABB - doesn't think ERA is issue in race.] [CARLUCCI - agrees.] Diligent campaign efforts of both cands. described; campaigns. of each compared. television commercials shown. Current status of anti-ERA Florida senators outlined.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Kuralt, Charles;
Morton, Bruce

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