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American Agenda (Politics: National Energy Policy) #138350

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 08, 1992
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(San Jose, California: Peter Jennings) Tenets of the national energy bill passed by the Senate outlined.

(San Francisco: Barry Serafin) Energy policies of the presidential candidates, President Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton, compared; California's state energy policy in the absence of a federal policy cited. [California energy commission chairman Charles IMBRECHT - talks about California's renewable energy.] [League of Conservation Voters Lucy BLAKE - says California has learned to save energy.] [Union of Concerned Scientists Alden MEYER - comments.] Rekindling of the energy debate by the Persian Gulf war and the threat to energy supplies noted. [In past, BUSH - talks about an energy strategy.] [CLINTON - responds.] Views of Bush and Clinton on oil drilling in the US, including in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, AK, contrasted. [Energy Department Linda STUNTZ - cites the refuge's oil potential.] [CLINTON - comments.] View of Ross Perot on renewable energy and his proposed tax on gasoline cited.

Jennings, Peter;
Serafin, Barry

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