NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 25, 2008
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(Washington: Lisa Myers) President Bush’s “midnight hour” changes to regulations before he leaves office featured; details given of plans to relax environmental standards and new rules that reduce oversight and favor business; Bush’s last-minute changes and President Bill Clinton’s compared. [Actor/Natural Resources Defense Council Robert REDFORD - questions destroying some of the greatest places on earth for short-term benefits.] [George Mason University Mercatus Center Jerry BRITO- says at the end of his presidency he’s unaccountable.] [OMB Watch Matt MADIA- notes the rules could take years to reverse.]
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