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Cong. Action / Humphrey-Hawkins, Ceta (Comprehensive Employment And Training Act) and Energy Bills #51062

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 11, 1978
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(Studio) Congress attempts to reconcile legislature between House and Senator prior to adjournment noted. Democrat-Republican work on Humphrey-Hawkins full employment bill reported.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Details of Humphrey-Hawkins bill, written by Augustus Hawkins and endorsed by Hubert Humphrey, given. Elimination from bill of certain measures by Congress and White House noted; discussions in Congress detailed. Probability of bill's passing Congress stated; limited effect of it examined.
REPORTER: Don Farmer

(Studio) Congress work on new CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act) bill outlined.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No location given) Details of new CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act) bill given. Training received by Carolyn Spitz in CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act) position, Chicago's use of CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act) funds to pay workers to repair potholes and fraud found in program in E. Saint Louis, Illinois, given as exs. of advantages and problems in CETA (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act) program. Provisions in new bill to eliminate problems outlined.
REPORTER: Richard Mayk

(Studio) House-Senator conference committee agreement on sections in President Carter's energy bill calling for tax on gas guzzlers and giving tax credit to homeowners insulating hses. reported.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Farmer, Don;
Mayk, Richard;
Reynolds, Frank

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