ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 20, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) River Kenneth Mundy, attorney for Washington, DC, Mayor Marion Barry, reported advising Barry to abandon plans for reelection following his arrest on drug charges. "Washington Post" said calling for Barry to resign.
(Washington: Kathleen deLaski) Impact of Barry's drug problems on city's war on drugs featured. [First Rising Mt. Zion Baptist Church Reverend Ernest GIBSON - says war against drugs will be set back.] [Parishioner Taheera HOOD, mother Carla HOOD - talk about Barry and drugs.] [Rehabilitating addict Wanda SMITH, mother Florence SMITH - talk about Barry.]
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