ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 02, 1999
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Oakland: Judy Muller) The story of Jerry Brown, mayor of Oakland, California, presented; details given of what he has done on the job. [BROWN - promotes Oakland.] [Advocate for the homeless Martha PAUL - says now the shootings have stopped.] [City centre developer Doug SHORENSTEIN - praises Brown's leadership.] [Advocate for the homeless Reverend Lorenzo CARLISLE - criticizes Brown.] [BROWN - responds to the rhetoric.]
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