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Carter Administration / Camp David Meeting / Energy #498349

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 16, 1978
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(Studio) Juanita Kreps and James Schlesinger reported among those going to Camp David for meeting with President Carter. Purposes of meeting detailed. Film of those attending shown. Carter's low standing in opinion polls noted. Lack of Carter energy policy noted. (Visual on screen concerns Squaw Valley ski tram accident.)
REPORTER: Kelly Lange

(DC) [CARTER - presents energy bill to Congress] Failure of bills passage connected with natural gas price controls. Senator and House actions with regard to gas regulation noted. Carter urging for Congress to act noted. [Henry JACKSON - predicts schedule for legislation.] Reporter summarizes situation.
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker

Kiker, Douglas;
Lange, Kelly

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