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Cleveland #54682

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 12, 1978
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(Studio) Report on problems being faced by Cleveland. Standoff between police and Mayor Dennis Kucinich, over walking beats in high crime neighborhoods, and city's financial status described. Film shown. Moody's Investors Service reduction of city bond rating and Standard and Poor's suspension of it noted. Confrontations between Kucinich and city council outlined; recall elec. for mayor next month reported [KUCINICH - speaks to cncl.] [Council CHRM. - tells Kucinich he has one minute to speak.] Interview with Kucinich shown. [KUCINICH - discusses use of confrontation pols. and Cleveland's economy situation.] New York City's financial situation mentioned. [KUCINICH - will win recall election]
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Robinson, Max

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