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National Parks / Revenue #332885

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 24, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan reported proposing raise in national park concessions' fees following release of national park versus private concession revenue figures. Report introduced.

(Yosemite: Jerry Bowen) Yosemite National Park's private concession sales and government fees compared; details given of park service cuts; scenes shown. [The Wilderness Society Patricia SCHIFFERLE - says fees are low.] [Park RANGER - comments on staff cuts.] [Superintendent Michael FINLEY - says fees go to central government, not to park.] [President, Yosemite Park and Curry Company Ed HARDY - comments on controversy.] Movement to restrict public access and return Yosemite to more natural state detailed. [Hiker Gwen SCHNEIDER - comments.]

Bowen, Jerry;
Rather, Dan

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