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United States Central American Policy / Congressional Trip #83921

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 26, 1983
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(Studio) Representative returning from Central American tour said remaining critical of Reagan's administration's policy in region; President Reagan noted addressing Congress on issue tomorrow night. House subcommittee said voting half of funds he sought.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Committee's conditional approval of reduced funds for El Salvador examined; chairperson Representative Clarence Long's letter from Secretary of State George Shultz claiming Reagan will soon designate envoy to Central America quoted on screen. [LONG - doesn't anticipate quick solution.] Dick Stone thought possible envoy choice; Stone said already special representative to Central America for State Department [Representative William LEHMAN - opposes more military equipment to El Salvador.] Senator's closed-door session on Central America mentioned.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson

Brinkley, David;
Gibson, Charles

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