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Vetoes / Foreign Aid / Day Care Centers #43641

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 04, 1976
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(Studio) Press Secretary Ron Nessen says Ford to veto $4 billion military foreign aid bill. House votes 301-101 to override Ford veto of child day care center bill. If Senator overrides, bill will become law.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Chicago, Illinois) [Working mother Diane MERSHON - explains how day care ctrs. help her.] Vetoed bill gives more money to ctrs. to meet tighter federal regulations. Without extra funds, most ctrs. would shut down. [Day Care Crisis Council Sylvia COTTON - tells why welfare would cost more than day care ctrs.] Ford wanted bloc grants given to states for any type of social service. [COTTON - says federal government should declare children a national concern.]
REPORTER: Greg Dobbs

Reporter(s):
Dobbs, Greg;
Reasoner, Harry
Duration:
00:02:30

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