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(Studio) General Services Administration administration Jay Solomon's problems at General Services Administration in addition to investigation of corruption in agency reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(DC) Details given about federal project to restore Nashville's Union Station as federal office building in order to save structure, built in 1900 and no longer in use as train station. Impt. of Jay Solomon's role in getting congress approval of funds for project discussed. ["The Tennessean" publisher John SEIGENTHALER - thinks Solomon was singularly responsible for success of project's approval.] General Accounting Office report that funding was obtained under misleading, if not false, information outlined. [SOLOMON - comments on project.]
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory
- Gregory, Bettina;
- Robinson, Max
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