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Going Home: Looking for What Works (Syracuse, New York) Part I #975526

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 27, 2010
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) An ABC News week-long series "Going Home: Looking for What Works" in which reporters go home to the place they grew up to see how things are working out in the down economy introduced.

(Syracuse: David Muir) A look at the economy of the city of Syracuse, New York, presented; scenes shown of closed businesses, worker retraining and the high school; details given about how factory workers are reinventing themselves. [Laid-off Syracuse China worker Tim LAUCKS††, CNY Works Inc. employee Lenore SEALY†, newly hired Scott GRAY††, CXtec employee Barbara ASHKIN†, sister/heirloom vegetable grower Rebecca MUIR†, student David DWYER††- talk about the jobs.]

Reporter(s):
Sawyer, Diane;
Muir, David
Duration:
00:03:20

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