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Health Veto / Override #484028

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 29, 1975
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(Studio) House overrides President Ford's veto of $2 billion health bill.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Representative James Collins says bill was just bleeding heart bill. Representative Tim Lee Carter calls bill vital. Representative Paul Rogers says dollar spent for health now saves $3 later. 107 Republicans vote to override President; 384-43 vote. [Representative Thomas O'NEILL - says Ford can no longer rule by veto.]
REPORTER: Ray Scherer; ARTIST: Betty Wells

(Studio) Bill calls for funds for health services, grants to states for community health ctrs., aid for migrant workers and funds for program to send doctors to areas of few doctors
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Scherer, Ray

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