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Alcoholic Beverages / Health Warning Labels / Massachusetts Bill #107254

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 31, 1987
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(Studio: Richard Threlkeld) Report introduced.

(Boston, Massachusetts: Bill Blakemore) Issue of putting health warning labels on alcoholic beverage containers reported; details given, scenes shown. [WOMAN - says labelling worth try.] Bill in Massachusetts noted. [Massachusetts state representative Suzanne BUMP - proposes health warning labels.] Warning stmts. outlined on screen. [MAN - supports warning.] Results of Gallup Poll on warning labels given. Response of beverage industry noted. [BUMP - responds to industry's position.] Research into effects of alcohol health reviewed. [WOMAN - says children will read labels.]

Blakemore, Bill;
Threlkeld, Richard

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