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Independence Day / New York, New York / United States / Jarbidge, Nevada #635670

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 04, 2000
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Reports introduced.

(New York: Pat Dawson) The OpSail 2000 maritime spectacular on this Independence Day in New York City featured; scenes shown of the military and sailing ships. [President CLINTON - speaks.] [Crew member Sally CARROLL - calls this special.] The massive security effort at OpSail 2000 reviewed. [CREWMAN - comments.]

(Washington: David Gregory) Fourth of July celebrations reviewed; scenes shown from Washington, DC, Bristol, Rhode Island, Monticello, the hot dog eating contest in New York City, the beaches of southern California, Chicago, the Atlanta road race, Kosovo, a Washington, DC, protest to legalize marijuana, Boston and Mount Rushmore. [In Texas, Texas Governor GEORGE W. BUSH - speaks.] [At swearing in of new citizens, Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT - speaks about the saga of America, a land of immigrants.] [Atlanta RUNNER - comments.]

(Jarbidge, NV: Dan Lothian) The dispute in Jarbidge, NV, over a repairing a road whose reopening would threaten the bull trout featured; scenes shown of protests. [Elko County commissioner Roberta SKELTON - says a line has been drawn in the sand.] [Nevada Trout Unlimited Matt HOLFORD - says the washed out road clogs up spawning gravel.] [Shovel Bridge president Demar DAHL - opposes federal government control.] [Forest Service Rose DAVIS - responds.]

Reporter(s):
Dawson, Pat;
Gregory, David;
Lothian, Dan;
Seigenthaler, John
Duration:
00:07:30

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