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Insurance Crisis #308931

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 26, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Impact of insurance rate increase crisis on business and industry said illustrated by results of survey of northe. execs.; details given.

(Coney Island: Ray Brady) Various parameters of crisis examined; scenes shown. [Coney Island/Astroland spokesperson Jerry ALBERT - notes inability to open ride due to insurance costs.] [Ins. Info. Institution spokesperson Sean MOONEY - blames cts.] Suit against peanut manufacturer Jay Wilson cited as example [WILSON - comments.] [ALBERT, parts manufacturer Harry FEATHERSTONE - blame insurance industry] [National Ins. Consumer Org. spokesperson Robert HUNTER - criticizes insurance industry] Ins. stk. activity graphed on screen. [HUNTER - comments.]

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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