CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 26, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) Reaction in Pacific Northwest timber country to President Bush's vague preliminary plan to save the northern spotted owl featured; scenes shown of owls in the forests. [Agriculture Secretary Clayton YEUTTER - says ways will be sought to save jobs and protect the owl.] Administration noted considering changing the Endangered Species Act to allow more consideration for economic impact. [Wilderness Society Jean DURNING - says Bush has declared war on the Endangered Species Act.] [National Audubon Society Brock EVANS - says administration is ignoring scientists' advice.] [Northwest Forest Resource Council Pat AMEDEO - comments on loggers' position.]
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