NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 06, 1972
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(Studio) Cal. Governor Ronald Reagan speculates on no-fault law.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Boston) [Insurance Industry, William GULLY - endorses no-fault as number claim filed has been reduced.] No-fault insurance deals with bodily injury. Higher rates for property damage offset premium reductions for no-fault. [Mass. Governor Francis SARGENT - admits premiums for property no-fault will still be high.]
REPORTER: Fred Briggs
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