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California / Crla Hearings #457336

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 26, 1971
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(Studio) Commission begins hearings into California Rural Legal Assistance Program.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(San Francisco, California) Governor Reagan claims CRLA (California Rural Legal Assistance) not really interested in legal needs of poor; 3 member panel to determine if Reagan veto of CRLA funds should be overridden by Fed. Govt. [State Office of Economic Opportunity Director Lewis K. UHLER - says California Govt. will cooperate if Commission conducts hearings to seek truth.] [CRLA Director Cruz REYNOSO - says Reagan's refusal to come forward and prove case, same as admitting charges against CRLA false.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Mcgee, Frank;
Oliver, Don

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