ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 28, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Midlothian, Texas: Ned Potter) The nation's anti-regulatory backlash and the consideration of environmental safety control measures examined; scenes shown from the Midlothian, Texas, cement plant where petrochemical waste is burned. [Midlothian residents Wendy EARLY, rancher/activist Sue POPE - talk about the area's developing health problems.] The Republican legislation proposals that would put environmental laws through a risk assessment process detailed. [Texas Industries Randy JONES, Environmental Protection Agency administrator Carol BROWNER, Cement Kiln Recycling Coalition Scott SEGAL - offer differing opinions on risk assessment rules.]
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