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United States / Winter Weather #402173

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 09, 1996
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) The aftermath of the blizzard in the eastern section of the United States reported; scenes shown of snow in Washington, DC.

(New York: Richard Roth) The return to normalcy in the East after the winter storm noted; airport openings outlined on screen.

(New York: Peg Tyre) The impact and cost of the snowstorm featured. [On the snowy streets, Boston public works commissioner Joseph CASAZZA - waxes philosophical.] [New York Governor George PATAKI - hopes for federal financial help.] [New York Port Authority John HALEY, "The Tactical Retail Monitor" publisher Isaac LAGNADO - comment on weather conditions and business losses in the region.]

(New York: Richard Roth) The return of New York City kids to school tomorrow noted.

Roth, Richard;
Tyre, Peg;
Woodruff, Judy

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