NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 06, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced. [NOTE: no audio in Palmer's field report from 5:31:10-5:33:00.]
(White House: John Palmer) The atmosphere of urgency at the budget talks between President Clinton and Congressional leaders featured. [President CLINTON, Senator Bob DOLE, two WOMEN, Treasury Employee's Union Robert TOBIAS - comment.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) The ironic impact of the crippling snowstorm on the government noted.
(New York: Odetta Rogers-Clarke) The wide-ranging economic impact of the government shutdown examined; scenes shown of the reopened State of Liberty and from across the nations. [Liberty Island TOURIST, souvenir shop owner Brad HILL, two Washington TOURISTS - comment on the shutdown.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Austin, Texas: : Bob Faw) The view from Texas about the federal government shutdown and the budget debate presented. [Texans Cam BARNES, Mike HOSKINS; in Johnson City, Theresa CASPARIS; in Austin, taxidermist Jim BYRD, Eddie ADAMS, fire chief and county chief George BYERS, Nelson WITHERS, Holly BARNES - offer views on the Washington politicos.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Topics on tomorrow's "Meet the Press" noted.
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