NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 2004
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Great Falls National Park, Maryland: Chip Reid) Proposed budget cutbacks for the National Park Service as Americans begin planning summer vacations featured; suggested cuts outlined; details given of claims of bad management within the Park Service, including extravagant travel expenses. [Representatives Norman DICKS, Zach WAMP- comment on park maintenance.] [National Park Service director Fran MAINELLA- says we are suspending future foreign travel.] [Former Grand Canyon superintendent Rob ARNBERGER- says President Bush’s administration has exercised deliberate starvation of the parks.]
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