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Reagan Administration / Investigations #113798

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 11, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Ethics in Govt. Act noted. Investigation of Reagan administration staffers reviewed: Michael Deaver's perjury conviction about his lobbying activities, Edwin Meese's role in getting defense contract, ex- ntl. security advisor William Allen's resignation after setting up interview for Japanese newsmen with Nancy Reagan, EPA's Anne Burford's resignation following allegation she allowed chemical companies to continue pollution. Lesser stories involving Reagan staffers outlined on screen. Hounding of then- Secretary of Labor Ray Donovan recalled; upcoming Iran/Contra indictments noted.

Jennings, Peter

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