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North Carolina / Budget #522842

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 06, 1982
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(Studio) Extent of poverty in North Carolina and concern there over proposed budget cuts noted.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Montgomery Cnty., North Carolina) Kathy Lizenby's plight described. [LIZENBY - discusses situation.] Cnty.'s poverty level and impact of cuts described. [Cnty. soc. services director Bill CRAWFORD - notes choices available to residents.] Details of region's plight outlined on screen, discussed. [Human services secretary Dr. Sarah MORROW - calls for balance budget.] [State rep. Al ADAMS - responds.] [William WRIGHT - comments.] Wright's predicament explained. [WRIGHT - comments.] [LTZENBY - comments.]
REPORTER: Bill Schechner

Savitch, Jessica;
Schechner, Bill

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