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Phoenix, Arizona / Environment-Growth Problems #325533

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Phoenix, Arizona: Bob Faw) Pollution and growth problems in Phoenix, Arizona, examined; details given, scenes shown. [Environment Research Lab. spokesperson Carl HODGES - says man-made paradise ruined natural environmental here.] [Ex-Interior Secretary Stewart UDALL - says he is leaving Phoenix.] Econ. problems resulting from environmental disaster discussed. [Mayor Terry GODDARD - comments on situation.] [Ex-Arizona Governor Bruce BABBITT - says growth must be controlled.] [American Continental Corporation spokesperson Charles KEATING - says growth is not problem here.] [HODGES - says new dvts. should improve quality of environment] [GODDARD - comments.]

Rather, Dan;
Faw, Bob

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