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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.
(New York: Tom Costello) The reopening of the Statue of Liberty in New York City for the first time since the September 11 attacks featured; scenes shown of the ceremonies & the new museum; details given of security measures in response to an Al Qaeda terror threat and of the investigation into how improvement money was spent. [VISITOR – comments.] [New York Governor George PATAKI- talks about the significance of the statue.] [Statue of Liberty superintendent Cynthia GARRETT- says the challenge is to protect this icon while protecting those who make the pilgrimage here.] [Interior Secretary Gale NORTON- comments.]
- Brown, Campbell;
- Costello, Tom
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