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(Studio) Govt. reports energy crisis may have caused 100,000 persons to lose their jobs. Connecticut investigates energy crisis.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Hartford, Connecticut) Connecticut's energy agency tries to discover if energy crisis real, and if so, how can state cope with it. [Connecticut energy director Chris BECK - discusses Connecticut's areas of investigation and findings.] Beck reports findings to governor periodically. [BECK - outlines findings to governor] Energy program now aired on state educational television each night. Connecticut convinced energy shortage exists, but efforts continue to keep crisis from dvting.
REPORTER: Lem Tucker
- Reasoner, Harry;
- Tucker, Lem
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