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Gasoline Shortage / Carter #504975

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 30, 1979
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(Studio) Survey of 50 large cities by United States Conference of Mayors cited as finding gasoline lines in 47 of them, and Democratic leaders of congress said expected to ask for some kind of gasoline rationing after July 4th break.

(DC) Gasoline station closings and long lines shown. Gas shortage said political problem for Carter according to Stuart Eizenstat. [Representative Toby MOFFETT - says House of Representatives now wants rationing plan.] Possible increase in product of synthetic and other alternative fuels cited as one proposal of White House staff on energy.

Hart, John;
Kur, Bob

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