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Supreme Court / Drug Testing #112985

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 1988
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(NYC: Barry Serafin) Consideration by Supreme Court of issue of drug testing in workplace reported President Reagan noted sending Attorney General Richard Thornburgh to argue case. Report introduced.

(DC: Tim O'Brien) Govt. drug-testing of government workers, such as railroad workers and customs inspectors, reported; details given of hearings at Supreme Court [THORNBURGH -says these tests aim at creating drug-free workplace in US.] [National Treasury Empls. Union spokesperson Robert TOBIAS - argues against random searches of person's body.] Issue of right to privacy versus war on drugs reiterated. (Artist: Aggie Whelan Kenny)

O'Brien, Tim;
Serafin, Barry

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