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A Closer Look (Creating Jobs) #928789

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 13, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at the economic stimulus plan in action introduced.

(Riverside, California: Bill Weir) The jobs created in building a hybrid bus as an example of how the stimulus package works featured; scenes shown of mass transit in Santa Monica, California, the plants where buses are built & where parts come from. [Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus transit systems services Stephanie NEGRIFF†, El Dorado National bus builders Tony WAYNE†, American Seating Co. employee Nick GOLZYNSKI†, company vice president David McLAUGHLIN†- talk about the buses & jobs.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Another sign the banking business may be turning around as evidenced by profits at Goldman Sachs noted.

Gibson, Charles;
Weir, Bill

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