ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 12, 1978
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(Studio) Continuing reactions to California taxpayers' revolt stated. Representative Philip Crane's proposed constitutional amendment to limit federal spending according to national income outlined. Report on effects of Prop. 13 in San Francisco.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(San Francisco, California) Report on effect of voters' approval of Prop. 13, or Jarvis-Gann amendment, to San Francisco police department Early retirement chosen by several officers in order to forestall cuts in retirement benefits noted. [Police chief Charles GAIN - says result of Prop. 13 will be that crime rate will be higher and there will be less safety for citizens.] [Retired patrolman Ken MURRAY - had considered retiring later in year, but Prop. 13 made up mind for him.] Murray's daughter, Linda, mentioned. Contd. concern in California until legislature decides on division of surplus funds, as Governor Brown has requested, predicted; hearings in Sacramento noted.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer