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Economy: Recession / Bridgeport, Connecticut / High School Graduates and Job Market #581539

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 07, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Reports introduced.

(New York: Mike Jensen) Declaration of bankruptcy by city of Bridgeport, Connecticut, featured; city scenes shown to illustrate its financial problems. [Connecticut attorney general Richard BLUMENTHAL - responds to the bankruptcy petition.] Financial deficits of other major and small cities detailed. [Standard and Poor's Leo O'NEILL - comments.] [Bridgeport Mayor Mary MORAN - says city operations will continue.] [FIREFIGHTER - comments.]

(Los Angeles: Keith Morrison) The job market for high school graduates featured; scenes shown from Kearns, UT, high school. [Students Michelle MILLER, Danny HEATON; former Labor Secretary William BROCK, career counselor Elaine BURROWS - comment.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike;
Morrison, Keith

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