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Focus (Politics: Economic Uncertainty) #611392

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 16, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Warren and Youngstown, Ohio: David Bloom) Money matters and economic uncertainty in the '96 presidential campaign examined by looking at the contrasting Ohio cities of Youngstown and Cincinnati. [Youngstown MAN, Meridian Diagnostics Karen HART - offer differing opinions on the economic situation.] [University of Cincinnati Al TUCKFARBER - talks about the state's changing politics.] [Youngstown State University Gil PETERSON, United Steelworkers of America Fred SPAHLINGER, John KUBILIS - cite Youngstown's economic plight.] The business shift in Ohio from steel to high-tech companies noted. [Meridian Diagnostics Sonia WEST - notes personal prosperity.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow's topics on "Meet the Press" announced.

Bloom, David;
Williams, Brian

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