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Sacramento, California / Federal Funding Cut Proposals #159605

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 28, 1995
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(Sacramento: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Sacramento: Ken Kashiwahara) The view of residents of Sacramento, California, on the problems of and within the federal government and on the prospects for less federal funding for their state examined; details given of the impact that spending cuts being proposed in Congress could have on the city; Sacramento scenes shown. [Three SACRAMENTANS - offer suggestions.] [POLICEMAN, resident Leah SEBRUNG, WOMAN, housing director Pat DUPLECHAN - talk about conditions in the public housing neighborhoods and what would happen with cuts.] [School principal Carol BLY, mother Theresa COOPER, summer job applicant Marilyn MADRANO - worry about cuts in education.] [Flood-damaged homeowner Susan HOLLYFIELD - asks for help.]

Jennings, Peter;
Kashiwahara, Ken

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