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Found in WSLS-TV (Roanoke, VA) News Film Collection, 1951 to 1971 1969 April

In Richmond, Va., Delegate Ray L. Garland Tells WSLS-TV About the Special Session of the General Assembly Working to Revise the Constitution of Virginia

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The WSLS-TV News Film Collection, 1951-1971, comprises anchor scripts and 16mm news film created by Roanoke, Va., television station WSLS. A grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities funded the preservation and digitization of this collection.

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Format
Video; Online; Anchor Script; Streaming Video
Release Date
04/07/69
Run Time
1 min., 23 sec.
Sound
mag
Color
color
Abstract
At the State Capitol in Richmond, Va., the Virginia General Assembly is in the process of revising the Constitution of Virginia. According to Delegate Ray L. Garland, the special session of the Virginia General Assembly will last longer than previously anticipated. The Senate of Virginia and the House of Delegates have each been revising the constitution separately and will soon meet. Delegate Garland tells WSLS-TV reporter Lee Garrett about the House of Delegates's "Yea and Nays Club," a way to get a roll-call vote from the delegates.
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