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Los Angeles, California / Rebuilding / Cost #141578

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 05, 1992
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Announcement by Attorney General William Barr of a joint federal and state task force to investigate the Los Angeles riots noted.

(Los Angeles: John Martin) The task of rebuilding south central Los Angeles featured; scenes shown; details given of negotiations between local business people and investors. [Governor Pete WILSON - comments.] [Black bank owner Paul HUDSON - responds to governor's request for assurances.] [Banker Winston MILLER, savings and loan executive Jeffrey HOBBS, business Woodley LEWIS, restaurant owner Eric HOLLIMAN - talk about the issue of business investments in the area.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) Question of who pays for the rebuilding addressed; scenes shown from predominantly white Los Angeles community of Sherman Oaks, California, which may be taxed to help pay to rebuild the burned-out area. [Store owners Patrice and John FRIEDMAN, store OWNER, CUSTOMER, residents Beth DONAHUE, Tom RICKMAN - talk about paying for the rebuilding.]

Martin, John;
Muller, Judy;
Sawyer, Diane

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