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Chicago / Transit Problems #517079

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 29, 1981
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(Studio) Chicago's efforts to get state funds for its troubled transit system noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Chicago, Illinois) Possible shutdown next week of city's mass transit system cited; battle in state legislature between Chicago and the rest of the state examined. Column by Mike Royko shown, quoted. [MAN - supports succession.] [PEOPLE - debate issue.] Threat of 1 state senate with regard to sending Chicago street gangs into the cornfields noted. [State SEN. - thinks gangs could do the job.] Position of Mayor Jane Byrne reported.
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
O'Neil, Roger
Duration:
00:01:40

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