CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 15, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) Continue controversy surrounding Environmental Protection Agency due to destruction of agency records examined. [EPA spokesperson John DANIEL - denies subpoenaed documents were destroyed.] Factors contributing to suspicion explained. [Representative Robert ROE - questions control of paper shredders, who's in charge] [EPA administration Anne GORSUCH - denies wrongdoing; blames situation on political harassment.] White House thought backing away from earlier refusal to allow Congress to see subpoenaed documents.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg
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