CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 13, 1998
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Ray Brady) The threat to older workers from judicial decisions making it easier for companies to fire them examined; details given of the legal loophole Federal Age Discrimination Employment Act that is turning into a noose for seniors. [Fired 59-year-old worker Nick TRAVATTI, labor lawyer Steven PLATT - say the code word for age discrimination is "downsizing."] [Corporation lawyer John McFALL - says the law creates opportunity.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Monday's segment noted.
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