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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Report introduced.
(No location given: Bernard Goldberg) The controversy between New Mexico residents and environmentalists over the absence of the Mexican spotted owl in local forests examined; scenes shown of a environmentalist hanged in effigy. [Antonio VARGUS - says it is better to hang them in effigy that for real; says if only Mexican people were protected as well as the owl.] [RESIDENTS - says they have to burn wood from the forest to keep warm.] [Environmentalist Sam HITT - defends his protection of the owl.]
- Goldberg, Bernard;
- Zahn, Paula
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