Opening of Legislature, 1968

Governor Nelson Rockefeller opens the Legislature with a speech that focuses on increased aid to local governments and schools, police and criminal justice system, urban renewal, job opportunities, safety, health and medical care, consumer protection, transportation, abortion law reform, economic growth, electric power development, migrant labor, post-Vietnam transition for veterans, cost of living, and education.
Date Original
January 3 1968
New York State Archives. New York (State). Governor. New York State Governor audiovisual records, 1951-1986, 13700-83, Box 7, Item 13.
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