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(Los Angeles: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Denver: Campbell Brown) President Bush’s promotion of his environmental agenda featured; details given about his nomination of Utah Governor Mike Leavitt to replace Christie Whitman as head the EPA and his plan to allow more logging in national forests to create jobs and prevent fires; scenes shown of Bush touring the scene of this summer’s Aspen fire in Arizona. [BUSH – comments on Leavitt and on his environmental plans.] [League of Conservation Voters Deb CALLAHAN- comments on Leavitt’s credentials.] [National Environmental Trust Phil CLAPP- says Bush’s proposal doesn’t protect the communities at risk from wildfire.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Brown, Campbell
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