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San Francisco Strikes #484447

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 21, 1975
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(Studio) Firemen, police and Mayor Joseph Alioto reach agreement with regard to strike, but bd. of supervisors rejects proposal.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(San Francisco, California) [ALIOTO - says could cost $1.5 million due to certain econs. Bd. sore at me now.] Police and firemen accept proposal. [Bd. SPOKESPERSON - proposes offer be rejected.] [2nd SPOKESPERSON - says many feel we won't negotiate with outlaws.] [3rd SPOKESPERSON - says will continue negotiations only when public safety and security assured.] Alioto declares city in state of emergency and grants raise increases he offered.
REPORTER: Don Harris

Brokaw, Tom;
Harris, Don

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