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Environment / Bush / Grand Canyon #340322

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 18, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Grand Canyon: Susan Spencer) President Bush's visit to Grand Canyon National Park to restate his commitment to the environment featured; scenes shown of Bush in Grand Canyon, Arizona. Bush's signing of an agreement to cut pollution at the Grand Canyon reported. [BUSH - says his administration has crafted a common sense approach to environmental issues that honors love of the environment and commitment to growth.] [Environmental Defense Fund Fred KRUPP - says in the Reagan administration business had virtual veto power over what the administration did.] [Sierra Club David GARDINER - says Bush is moving farther away from being an environmental president the longer he stays in office.] [League of Conservation Voters Jim MADDY - gives Bush a grade of "D" on environmental protection.] Bush's accomplishments and shortcomings on environmental issues outlined on screen. [EPA administrator William REILLY - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
00:02:40

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