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Georgia / Drought #889160

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 21, 2007
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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.

(Studio: Josh Levs) Drought-plagued Georgia fighting the Army Corps of Engineers over draining lakes to send the water to Alabama and Florida for endangered species and nuclear power featured. [Georgia Governor Sonny PERDUE†- criticizes the Corps and the Fish and Wildlife Service; asks President Bush to step in.] [Army Corps of Engineers Jonathan DAVIS†- says we’re legally required to release the water.]

(Studio: Tony Harris) Taped interview held with Perdue. [PERDUE†- says it doesn’t help us to conserve if the Corps keeps sending water downstream.]

Harris, Tony;
Levs, Josh

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