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Mendocino County, California / Envtlists. vs. Oil Industry #325495

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 11, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Mendocino, California: John Blackstone) President Bush reported agreeing to postpone offshore oil drilling along California coast until environmental study can be made; scenes shown from Mendocino Cnty., California. [Salmon Trawlers Mkting. Association Wayne SCOTT - talks about Bush trying to create image that he is environmentalist] Cnty.'s reaction to Bush's budget speech examined. [Ocean Sanctuary Mvt. Susan MILLER - criticizes Bush.] [W. Petroleum Association spokesperson Robert GETTS - says offshore deposits important for oil resources.] United States Fish and Wildlife Service report on offshore oil reserve here cited. [At Interior Department meeting in cnty., WOMAN - attacks oil industry]

Schieffer, Bob;
Blackstone, John

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