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Governors' Conference / Watt #279356

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 11, 1981
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(Studio) Interior Secretary James Watt reported attending annual west govs.' conference
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Teton Village, Wyoming) Amt. of land in region controlled by Interior Department mentioned; govs. reception for Watt examined. Films shown. [WATT - announces changes in Interior Department] Issues govs. are concerned about outlined. [WATT - notes Secretary's national perspective on issues.] Concern over Watt's proposal to open west states to energy development considered. [Governor Jay HAMMOND - doesn't consider Watt a closet environmental]
REPORTER: Linda Douglass

Douglass, Linda;
Rather, Dan

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