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Hudson River / Environment and GE #615546

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 1997
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(Seattle: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Fort Edward, New York: Mike Jensen) The environmental controversy over the PCBs dumped at the bottom of the Hudson River by General Electric outlined; river scenes shown; details given of the impact of the fish 7 of the health effects of PCBs. [Interior Secretary Bruce BABBITT, General Electric Company vice president for the environment Steven RAMSEY, Environmental Protection Agency Doug TOMCZUK, National Institute of Environmental Health Science Dr. Walter ROGAN, environmentalist John CRONIN, local farmer Marilyn PULVER - talk about the contamination, health danger and multi-billion dollar cost of cleaning up the Hudson.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike

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