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American Agenda (Environment: Bush Administration) #135098

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 08, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: Ned Potter) The environment and President Bush's administration featured; various environmental scenes shown. [Representative Henry WAXMAN - says Bush's achievements are being tarnished.] The administration's killing of proposed regulations on: recycling of trash, energy efficiency, protecting wetlands and cleaning the air noted. [April 3, 1990, BUSH - talks about making America's air cleaner.] [On May 1, BUSH - talks about red tape strangling business.] Vice President Dan Quayle noted chairing a Council on Competitiveness, which has proposed ways for companies to avoid the Clean Air Law. [Representatives Gerry SIKORSKI, WAXMAN - criticize the administration's position.] [QUAYLE - talks costs.]

Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Ned

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