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Reagan / Oregon Visit, Economy Policy #529561

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 05, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Chuck Scarborough

(Klamath Falls, OR) President Reagan's visit here to promote lumber industry and his econ. policies examined; films shown. [REAGAN - notes economy is recovering; remains committed to economic policy.]
REPORTER: Emery King

(Studio) Recession's impact on Klamath Falls noted.
REPORTER: Chuck Scarborough

(Klamath Falls, OR) City's economy examined; films shown. [Weyerhaeuser Company spokesperson Jerry HARRELL - notes revived lumber industry] Unemployment in region mentioned. [PEOPLE - discuss their unemployment.] [MERCHANTS - describe their plight.]
REPORTER: Dennis Murphy

King, Emery;
Murphy, Dennis;
Scarborough, Chuck

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