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Supreme Court / Penn Central / Jail Inspection / Nuclear Power Plants #54445

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 26, 1978
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(Studio) Supreme Court decision affecting Penn Central railroad reported.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) Penn Central's plans to build office space on top of Grand Central Station and prevention of doing so by NYC's declaration of building as historic site noted. Opposition to Penn Central's lawsuit against city noted. Films shown. [Jacqueline ONASSIS - thinks all realize important of saving old bldgs.] Supreme Court decision in favor of NYC, written by Justice Brennan, detailed. Another Court decision reported is that against news org.'s attempts to get permission to inspect conditions at Alameda (California) Cnty. jail, outside San Francisco; film shown. Court's ruling in favor of act of Congress limiting liability of nuclear power company in event of major accident stated.
REPORTER: Tim O'Brien Artist Freda Reiter

O'Brien, Tim;
Donaldson, Sam

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