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Eye On America (Inner Cities: Pension Fund Financing) #342156

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 05, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Brooklyn: Wyatt Andrews) Financing of inner city businesses through pension funds examined; scenes shown from Nzingha's Hair Gallery in Brooklyn, NYC. [Owner Bettie SANDERS - talks about her business.] [New York comptroller Elizabeth HOLTZMAN - comments on the plan.] Proposals to use pensions to rebuild riot-scarred Los Angeles noted. [National Council on the Aging Ron CAVILL - cites opposition of older Americans to this dipping into their funds.] [Two older WOMEN - comment.] Cases in which funds have been lost while chasing a social agenda outlined. [California state treasurer Kathleen BROWN, SANDERS - comment.]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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