NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 30, 1977
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(Studio) Transport. Secretary Brock Adams rules air bags or other passive restraints must begin being installed in some cars by 1982 and all by 1984. Ruling will stand unless revoked by Congress; one Representative has introd. bill to do so.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Detroit, Michigan) Report on controversy over installation of passive restraints. In addition to air bags, automatic seat belts also qualify; are available in Vietnam Rabbit now. Reactions to ruling by GM, Chrysler, Ford Motors and AMC noted.
REPORTER: Bob Kur
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