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Budget Cuts / Year Program #518163

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 26, 1981
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(Studio) Budget cuts noted calling for elimination of young adult conservation corps, YEAR.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(No location given) Corps program explained; effect of its elimination on members examined. Films shown. [John KENNEDY - praises program.] Fin. aspect of program outlined. Camp Taconic featured; details of camp life given. [Ronnie NELSON, PEOPLE - comment.] Criticism of corps noted. [Interior Department spokesperson Richard HITE - says jobs will be available.] [Representative Toby MOFFETT - calls that a Neanderthal approach to economy ; explains.] Impact of program's demise on parks noted.
REPORTER: Willie Monroe

Monroe, Willie;
Palmer, John

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