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Environment: Reno, Nevada / Wise Use Movement #345242

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 08, 1992
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Reno, NV: John Blackstone) Reno, NV, anti-environmentalist Wise Use Movement conference featured; scenes shown. [Putting People First Kathleen MARQUARDT - says environmental groups are the enemy.] [Former Washington Governor Dixie Lee RAY - disputes opinion that man is excessively damaging the environment.] [Conference organizer Ron ARNOLD - notes hatred against environmental movement.] Groups that want to use the land, not save it, listed; American Tunaboat Association videotape of dolphins being rescued from tuna nets shown. [Tuna Fishermen's Association Teresa PLATT - talks about what environmentalists do.] [Council on Competitiveness director David McINTOSH - comments on the movement.]

Blackstone, John;
Bradley, Ed

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