NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 14, 1976
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(Studio) Difference of opinion between Democratic ticket members Jimmy Carter and Senator Walter Mondale with regard to Supreme Court decisions about conviction and punishment of guilty noted. Carter campaigns in MT.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Billings, MT) Carter talks about health care in Phoenix, Arizona, before going to MT. In Billings, MT, Carter says he cares more for people than President, because Ford not actively campaigning. [CARTER - says Ford has changed procedure by staying in White House; advantage to Carter's traveling is people know he cares enough to come.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver
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