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Clean Water Bill #105487

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 20, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Clean Water Bill Senator is expected to pass tomorrow outlined on screen; President Reagan recalled vetoing bill last year

(Boston, Massachusetts: Barry Serafin) Boston harbor's pollution said illustrating problems Clean Water Act is designed to remedy; details given, scenes shown. [Save the Harbor spokesperson Paul GARRITY - considers area most polluted in North America.] Bipartisan support for bill recalled. [Last fall, House CLERK - reads unanimous vote.] [October 16, 1986, Senator CLERK - reads unanimous Senate vote.] President Reagan's veto of bill reviewed. [January 3, 1987, voice of REAGAN - defs. veto.] [Senator Robert STAFFORD - expects President to lose should he veto bill again.]

Jennings, Peter;
Serafin, Barry

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