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Bush / First 100 Days / Energy and Environment Policies #638259

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 30, 2001
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Vice President Dick Cheney's preview of the administration's energy policy reported.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Criticism from environmentalists of President Bush's environmental policies reported. [New Mexico Public Interest Research Group Jeanne BASSETT - says the new arsenic standards should be implemented.] [Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mayor Jim BACA - says meeting the tougher standard would be very expensive.] [Natural Resources Defense Council Robert F. KENNEDY, Junior - says Bush has one of the worst environmental records.] [BUSH - talks about using lands well; says decisions should be based on sound science.] [League of Conservation Voters Theodore ROOSEVELT, IV - says Bush deserves low grades for his policies.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Mitchell, Andrea

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