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Canal Treaty Developments #497877

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 14, 1978
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(Studio) White House pressure on Senators to favor Canal treaty in upcoming vote noted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(DC) Senators Nunn, Talmadge and Danforth's announcements of support for treaty and Senators Schweiker and Roth's announcements of opposition to treaty reported NBC News poll of count so far listed. Efforts of both sides to get support detailed. Senator DeConcini's scheduled meeting with President Carter on Wednesday mentioned. [DeCONCINI - cites attitude toward treaty at present.] Senator Packwood's dissatisfaction with administration deals explained. [PACKWOOD - says Carter apparently prepared to go to any lengths to get treaty passed.]
REPORTER: Chris Wallace Unsigned Sketches

Savitch, Jessica;
Wallace, Chris

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