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Eye On America (Social Security / Elderly / Fear- Mongers) #359735

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 03, 1995
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(Washington: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Richard Threlkeld) Unscrupulous direct mail fund- raisers who frighten the elderly into contributing to their cause under the guise of conservative lobbying groups that will protect seniors' Social Security benefits featured; scenes shown of the fund-raising letters designed to fool older people. [Pat SCHMIDLAND - comments on her friend Nora Keith's 20,000 worth of contributions.] [Former president of the Seniors Coalition Joe HENEY - comments on the crooked tactics of these organizations.] [Lobbyist for the Seniors Coalition Jake HANSON - comments on the fund-raising letters.] [Congressman Jim BUNNING - comments on the lack of communication with the so-called Seniors Coalition.]

Rather, Dan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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