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Economy: Trade Bill #321362

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 24, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(DC: Phil Jones) Pol. impact of President Reagan's trade bill veto discussed. Trade bill's provisions illustration Admin. reported claiming bill protectionist. [Senator John HEINZ - disagrees with administration] [Pennsylvania mushroom mine worker Eric JOHNSON - says imports take jobs from United States empls.] Trade bill's impact upon mushroom mine discussed. Treatment of steelworkers during financial crisis detailed. [Cleveland, Ohio, Mayor George VOINOVICH - says would have voted for bill.] [California Senator candidate Lieutenant Governor Leo McCARTHY - comments on bill.] [Laid-off steelworker Ike FORREST - comments on losing job.] Democrats reported asserting that another bill this year unlikely. Democrats noted claiming trade issue will win election

Jones, Phil;
Schieffer, Bob

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