FNC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 10, 2005
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.
(Seattle, Washington: Dan Springer) The question of whether protecting animals is worth the cost and inconvenience to residents featured; details given on Washington's Indian tribes asking for 44 million dollars to restore salmon runs, plans to build wildlife bridges over the freeway, critics' opinion that the groups pushing for the developments should pay for them, and Washington's already high gasoline tax. [Washington Department of Transportation Doug McDONALD, Sierra Club Charlie RAINES, Author Ron ARNOLD- offer varying views.]
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