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(Studio: Peter Jennings) California Governor Pete Wilson and Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley shown visiting the White House to ask President Bush and Congress to take action on enterprise zones, inner city areas where the federal government would create new jobs by offering tax breaks to industry.
(Chicago: Bob Jamieson) A state-backed enterprise zone in Chicago visited; scenes shown from the West Side, an area torn by the 1968 riots that needs to keep and add businesses to survive. [Zone administrator Andrew GOLDSMITH - says more than an enterprise zone is needed.] [Barclay Marine Products Paul ARENBERG - says only a tax break kept the business here.] [Planning director Valerie JARRETT - comments on the enterprise zone.]
- Jamieson, Bob;
- Jennings, Peter
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