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Eye On America (Obesity / Fast Food Lawsuit) #707574

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 08, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Mika Brzezinski) A lawsuit against the fast food industry for obesity-related health problems featured; details given about the lawsuit against the tobacco industry; fast food ads directed at children shown. [George Washington University Law School John BANZHAF†- says the lawyers have smelled the blood in the water.] [PARENT - comments on the toys given out by fast food restaurants.] [Yale University Kelly BROWNELL†, plaintiff’s attorney Samuel HIRSCH†– comment on fast food’s appeal.] [Plaintiff Caesar BARBER†- says fast food made him unhealthy.] [National Restaurant Assn. president Steve ANDERSON†- responds to the lawsuit.]

Brzezinski, Mika;
Rather, Dan

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