ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 27, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(DC: George Strait) Decision by Agriculture Department that all hamburgers should be cooked to temperature of 160 degrees reported [National Restaurant Association Bob HARRINGTON - says this would dry out meat.] Case of food poisoning in Minneapolis, Minnesota, reported spark for decision. [GIRL - say she will no longer eat in school cafeteria.] [HARRINGTON - says the E. coli problem is not significant.] [Agriculture Department Ronald PRUCHA - responds.] Impact of hamburger decision on fast food restaurants discussed.
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