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We Report, You Decide (Something Fishy) #774652

FNC Evening News for Friday, Apr 09, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Dan Springer) The debate over a 300 million dollar plan to save the bull trout featured; details given about how logging and farming have caused the fish’s decline and claims that the plan will not work because of uncontrollable environmental effects. [US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Joan JEWETT† – defends funding.] [American Rivers’ Rob MASONIS†- says the plan protects all animals that share the environment with the bull trout.] [Pacific Legal Foundation’s Russ BROOKS†- calls the plan outrageous; says the plan hurts people.]

Smith, Shepard;
Springer, Dan

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