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Chicken Safety #368374

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 13, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Dr. Bob Arnot) Center for Science in the Public Interest's launch of a preemptive strike on the Agriculture Department's plan to lower standards for detecting contamination in meat and poultry that is sold to the public due to pressure from the meat industry featured. [Center's Caroline Smith DeWAAL - expresses concern for the consumer.] [Former Assistant Agriculture Secretary Carol Tucker FOREMAN - comments on the horrendous "contamination disguise" policy that she instituted.] [National Broiler Council Kenneth MAY, Agriculture Secretary Dan GLICKMAN - defend the USDA's diminution of their standards.]

Reporter(s):
Arnot, Bob;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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