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Hispanics in America / Churros #734401

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 03, 2003
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(Studio: Gretchen Carlson) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The churro as a symbol of the changing face of America featured; scenes shown from Costa Mesa, California; details given of one man's campaign to allow the sale of fresh churros on the city streets. [Churro EATER, Tomas Rivera Policy Inst. Harry PACHON†, assemblyman Tim LESLIE†- talk about the food in a California growing more Hispanic.] [Restaurant owner Henry ESCOBAR†- backs a change in the street vendor law.] [Gigante USA Justo FRIAS†- says the Latino market is growing.]

Carlson, Gretchen;
Bowen, Jerry

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