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Hathaway / Environment vs. Energy #239648

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 22, 1975
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(Studio) Opponents of former Wyoming Governor Stanley Hathaway's nomination to be Int. Secretary focus on his environmental record as governor in 2nd day of confirmation hearings.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(S. Wyoming) 5 years ago Hathaway lobbied for killing golden eagles. Hathaway more concerned with Wyoming employment than environmental concerns upon 1st becoming gov., but in last few years, strides have been made; details given. [HATHAWAY - believes United States has obligation to protect its environmental] [Rancher Willard WEBER - believes Hathaway gave into industry demands before 8 years as governor over.] [Rock Springs, Wyoming, mayor Paul WATAHA - thinks Hathaway has done excellent job.]
REPORTER: Foster Davis

Cronkite, Walter;
Davis, Foster

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