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Energy Crisis / California Blackouts #438492

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 19, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Rolling blackouts in California due to electrical power shortages featured. [President BUSH - says there are no short-term fixes.] [Energy Secretary Spencer ABRAHAM - says America faces a major energy crisis.]

(Beverly Hills, California: Charles Feldman) The formula for blackouts in southern California examined; details given about why the blackouts are occurring now and what specifically happens during a blackout.

(Washington: Wolf Blitzer; Capitol Hill: John King) Bush's lack of a short-term solution to the energy problems discussed; details given of Bush's meeting with the Japanese prime minister.

Blitzer, Wolf;
Feldman, Charles;
King, John

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