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Maine / Acid Rain #280416

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 12, 1982
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(ME) Concern that laxity in government regulations affecting air pollution will increase New England's pollution noted. Possible role of acid rain issue in Maine senate race examined. [MAN - notes presence of acid rain.] Effect on timber, fishing inds. cited. [Attorney Bill TOWNSEND - comments on public's concern over situation.] Cands. George Mitchell and David Emery noted making political use of acid rain issue. [TOWNSEND - explains support for Mitchell.] [EMERY - thinks economy issues are most important.] [MITCHELL - calls for change in policies.] Importance of acid rain issue to Mitchell's campaign considered.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:20

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