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New Hampshire / Bankruptcy #558974

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 29, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw ) New Hampshire's Seabrook nuclear power plant reported bankrupting Public Service Company Report introduced.

(Seabrook, New Hampshire: Fred Briggs) Nuclear plant situation in United States illustration New Hampshire supreme court ruling discussed. New Hampshire Public Service noted filing bankruptcy after ruling. Seabrook nuclear power plant's problems reviewed; scenes shown. NRC and company's emergency plans discussed. Massachusetts Representative Edward Markey mentioned opposing Seabrook's emergency plans. Markey quoted. [Former Seabrook EMPL. - says plant shouldn't open.] [Governor Michael DUKAKIS - comments on company] [Anti- Seabrook activist Robert BACKUS - comments on company]

Briggs, Fred;
Brokaw, Tom

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