ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 29, 1976
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(Studio) Last month Gerald Ford told Attorney General Edward Levi to find suitable case for Justice Department to join seeking alternatives to court-ordered school busing. Boston thought to be that case. Boston will not be the city, says Justice Department today. No other city chosen.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel
(DC) Ford said intending to pursue matter, in a landmark case for Supreme Court Ford orders Levi to keep looking and hurry up with antibusing legislation for Ford to send to Congress Solictor General Robert H. Bork refuses to say why Boston rejected. Wilmington, DE, said to have Justice Department's eye. Admin. spokesperson deny political emotions involved in Ford's antibusing efforts. Busing issues in upcoming primary states noted: California and Ohio, especially.
REPORTER: Ann Compton
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