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US-Mexico Relations / Bush-Salinas Talks / Illegal Aliens In Encinitas, California #330577

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 25, 1990
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Agenda of meeting between President Bush and Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari previewed. Report introduced.

(Encinitas, California: Ron Allen) Declaration of local state of emergency by Encinitas, California, in response to presence of illegal aliens examined; details given of bill for services this California community sent to the federal government; scenes shown of alien workers' squatter camps. [Mayor Pam SLATER, resident June BELLO - describe illegals' living conditions.] [Deputy mayor Gail HANO - blames federal government for the problem.] [US Border Patrol Dutch STEENBAKKER - responds.] [Migrant worker Serifino LANDABERD, the Reverend James DALLAS - say they want jobs.]

Allen, Ron;
Smith, Harry

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