CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 23, 1995
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(Studio: John Roberts) Reality Check story introduced.
(Washington: Eric Engberg) The opposition of some Republicans to the global agreement to ban industrial chemicals that deplete the ozone layer examined; details given of the conservatives' view that science has been abused to push regulation. [Representative Thomas DeLAY - claims ozone depletion has not been proven and that CFCs should not be banned.] [Nobel Prize winner Mario MOLINA, CFC industry spokesman Dave STIRPE - say the ozone issue is not being questioned.] [Representative Dana ROHRABACHER - attacks liberal arrogance.] [Clinton deputy science advisor Robert WATSON - comments.]
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