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California / Schwarzenegger Inauguration / Budget Crisis #742075

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Reports introduced.

(Sacramento: George Lewis) The inauguration of Arnold Schwarzenegger as governor of California featured; scenes shown from the ceremony in Sacramento; details given about California’s budget problems. [SCHWARZENEGGER – comments on the state’s budget deficit; announces the repeal of the car tax increase.]

(Dinuba, California: Anne Thompson) The impact on Dinuba, California, of the state’s budget crisis examined. [Reese Foods head Fred REESE‡- comments on the increase in his costs following the energy crisis.] [Dinuba Mayor Mike SMITH††– comments on his desire for his city to be financially independent from the state.] [Dinuba City Manager Ed TODD††- comments on proposed development for the town.] [Fruit farmer Mike GIANDREA‡- comments on his decision to sell pieces of his farm.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Lewis, George;
Thompson, Anne

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