NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 07, 1972
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(Studio) Senator Labor committee approves legislation to end West Coast dock strike by compulsory arbitration, but House Labor Subcommittee orders administration to get 60 day court injunction to require shipping of military and agricultural products, and cargo to and from Hawaii. Secretary Labor James Hodgson calls action unsatisfactory. Strike negotiations continue.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(San Francisco, Ca.) Longshoremen picket Pacific Maritime Association Hdqtrs. [International Longshoremen's Workers Union President, Harry BRIDGES - says negotiations will continue, no matter what.] [Pacific Maritime Association, Edmond FLYNN - refuses comment on House Committee legislation until he reads it.] [Mediator, Sam KAGEL - says negotiations continue despite disruption of Congress]
REPORTER: Bob Flick
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