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Transition Money / Nixon Tapes, Documents #473968

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 04, 1974
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(Studio) Senate Appropriations Committee cuts Nixon transition money. Senator votes to keep Nixon tapes and documents out of former President' possession.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Bill with regard to Nixon tapes and documents proposed by Senator Gaylord Nelson. Senators Sam Ervin, Roman Hruska react to bill. Appropriations Committee votes to allow only $200,000 in transition money. [Senator Charles MATHIAS - admits entire smell of Watergate has effect on decision.] [Senator Edward BROOKE - states Nixon recs. everything entitled by law.]
REPORTER: Ray Scherer No artist given

Chancellor, John;
Scherer, Ray

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