NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 11, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) President Clinton's proposal to clean up a hazardous waste site in New Jersey stated; scenes shown of him surveying the site.
(In the Everglades: Bob Dotson) The pollution from sugar cane fields that is destroying the Florida Everglades examined. [Vice President Al GORE - announces the salvage efforts.] [Farm worker Allen VEAL, banker Miller COUSE, environmentalist Nat REED, United States Sugar company Bob BUKER, sugar farmer Fritz STEIN - offer differing views on the pollution issue.]
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