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Train / EPA #230279

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 10, 1973
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(Studio) Russell Train gets Senate approval as head Environmental Protection Agency; defends Nixon call for clean air standards relaxing to avoid shortage of heating oil; would allow more coal use. Barry Commoner charges Nixon rewarding oil industry
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Studio) Commoner believes administration conspiring against ecology program. Senator Edmund Muskie says he lacks key information Russell Train notes dangers of cold homes. [COMMONER - charge Nixon energy policy nonsense; another Watergate.] [MUSKIE - takes middle of road stance.] [TRAIN - offers choice between fuel shortage or using only clean fuel.] Battle for pure air continues.
REPORTER: George Herman

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Herman, George
Duration:
00:03:00

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