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Municipal Liability Insurance #305509

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 24, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Point Arena, California) Impact on city services of town's loss of personal liability insurance examined; scenes shown. [Mayor Case BACK - explains quitting job due to lack of insurance coverage.] [Risk manager Bill SPRINGER - notes Cheyenne, Wyoming, similar plight.] [American Ins. Association spokesperson T. Lawrence JONES - defs. cancellations.] [Attorney Gary NEAR - feels cities routinely pay bulk of insurance claims.] [SPRINGER - considers impact of suits on city services.] Hollister, California, said halting bus system due to situation.
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Dean, Morton;
Petersen, Barry

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