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Your Money, Your Choice (Money Museum) #154199

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 09, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The weekly look at how the government spends taxpayers' money introduced.

(San Francisco: John Martin) The United States Treasury Department's Money Museum in San Francisco and the cost of its maintenance to the taxpayers examined; scenes shown of the building that needs millions in renovation. [Mint committee co-chair Robert MENDELSOHN - explains why the federal government should pay for fixing the building.] [US Mint deputy director Eugene ESSNER - says the Mint cannot pay for it.] Senator Dianne Feinstein's letter to Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen about the issue quoted. [FEINSTEIN - calls for cuts.]

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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