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Economy: Defense Cuts / St. Louis Program #330330

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 07, 1990
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Program in Saint Louis to deal with employment layoffs resulting from defense industry cuts examined; scenes shown, details given of how Saint Louis Small Business Development Partnership works to prepare those laid off by McDonnell Douglas Corporation [Laid-off worker Ron WARHURST - talks about his bills.] [Saint Louis county executive H.C. MILFORD - talks about encouraging these workers to go into business for themselves.] [Small business consultant Don KIRCHESTNER - comments on community growth.] [University of Saint Louis George WENDEL - comments on impact of economic problems on a city like Saint Louis.] [Charles KAUFMANN - praises program.] Congress noted passing "economic adjustment legislation" providing funds for training and small business assistance.

Reporter(s):
Chung, Connie
Duration:
00:02:50

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