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Campaign '92 / Clinton In Arkansas (Part III) #142329

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 15, 1992
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(Madison Square Garden: Peter Jennings) Third report on Bill Clinton's record as governor of Arkansas introduced.

(Green Forest, Arkansas: John Martin) The creation of jobs in Clinton's Arkansas featured; scenes shown from Green Forest, Arkansas, where incentives have attracted business sometimes at the expense of the state's educational and environmental systems. [Tyson poultry worker Bobby FLETCHER - praises his job.] The conflict of educating the children whose numbers increased as businesses, such as Tyson poultry, grew addressed. [School superintendent James JOHNSTON - says state help is needed.] Pollution problem from chicken manure cited as an example. [Poultry worker Jane WALLACE - says she works for Tyson even though they pollute the water.]

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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