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Sierra Club / Reagan Administration #280631

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 24, 1982
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(Studio) Sierra Club reported chging. Reagan administration with violation of major legislature; details given.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Congress estb. of industry-supported fund for cleanup of chemical dump sites recalled; EPA's action on sites so far outlined on screen. [Sierra Club spokesperson John HOLTZCLAW - notes administration's failure to clean up dumps.] Admin.'s current standing in cleanup timetable established during Carter admin. outlined on screen. [EPA assistant administration Rita LOVELL - thinks 1980 timetable was unrealistic; defs. administration] Representative James Florio's criticism of EPA's cleanup performance outlined.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Dean, Morton;
Spencer, Susan

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