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Knoxville, Texas / The Federal Government #156697

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 05, 1995
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(Washington: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Knoxville, Tennessee: Aaron Brown) The people's view of the cost and size of the federal government and how federal dollars work in one county examined; scenes shown from Knoxville, Tennessee, while the ways in which federal dollars are spent in Knox County, Tennessee, is outlined in detail. [Five county RESIDENTS - complain about government and taxes.] [Mayor Victor ASHE - opens a highway tunnel.] [Political scientist professor Bill LYONS - explains the view of pork.] [Mechanical engineering department professor William HAMEL, food service coordinator Phil CLEAR, police Chief Phil KEITH - cite the need for federal funds.]

Brown, Aaron;
Jennings, Peter

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