ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 01, 1980
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(Studio) Senator Ted Kennedy noted attending President Carter's signing ceremony re: deregulation of trucking industry; films shown. [KENNEDY - says there's no debate on trucking deregulation.]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Jessup, MD) Disagreement between Interstate Commerce Commission and trucking ind. over deregulation examined. [Interstate Commerce Commission spokesperson Darius GASKINS - says trucking industry's profits are expense of consumer.] [American Trucking Association spokesperson Bennett WHITLOCK, Junior - responds.] Arbitrary nature of government's previous regulations on trucking industry noted; new program outlined on screen.
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory
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