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Economy: Unemployment / Vallejo, California #1013913

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 04, 2012
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(Studio: Nancy Cordes) The drop in unemployment noted. Live discussion held with CBS editor Jill Schlesinger about the economy. [SCHLESINGER - talks about the report on job growth across several sectors of the economy.]

(Studio: Nancy Cordes) The loss of public sector jobs noted.

(Vallejo, California: John Blackstone) The economic problems in working class Vallego, California, examined; details given about layoffs in the fire and police departments. [City manager Phil BATCHELOR††, fire chief Paige MEYERS††- comment on the city's problems and coming back as a community.]

Cordes, Nancy;
Blackstone, John

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