NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 20, 1977
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(Studio) Due to new regulations with regard to catching porpoises with tuna, many tuna fishermen aren't fishing, which puts those in tuna canneries out of job.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(San Diego, California) Report on effect of regulations on Van Camp Seafood Company plants in San Diego, Los Angeles and Puerto Rico. [Company Vice President Ted HARDER, Junior - says government's own figs. show there's no need for law.] Possible effects on consumers noted.
REPORTER: Ray Cullen
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