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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Deborah Potter) Placing of ten-year hold on offshore oil drilling examined; details given of President Bush's decision that is designed as a compromise between energy production and environmental protection. [Interior Secretary Manuel LUJAN - says Bush's decision will enable United States to both produce energy and protect environment.] Reaction of oil industry noted. [American Petroleum Institute Charles DiBONA - says it is a mistake.] [Senator Alan CRANSTON - says California needs permanent protection, not a decade of delay.] [Center for Marine Conservation Roger McMANUS - says it is a temporary reprieve.] [Gubernatorial candidate Senator Pete WILSON - comments.]
- Potter, Deborah;
- Rather, Dan
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