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Earth Day / Science March #1109844

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 22, 2017
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jon LaPook) The national march for science in hudnreds of cities featured; scenes shown from Washington, DC; details given of the concerns of the marchers about President Trump's administration: funding cuts, denial of science, changing immigration policy. [Psychologist Tim TRUMPER; Kristin SANBORN, California Academy of Sciences Dr. Jonathan FOLEY†, three young PEOPLE, "science guy" Bill NYE - explains his worry about climate change, how facts seem under attack; defends science; says save the world.] [Older women Lillian nIFF, Cathy HEALY, Lucia CHIO - say we won these things in the '70s & '80s.] Trump's statement on science research quoted.

Ninan, Reena;
LaPook, Jon

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