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ABC Evening News for Monday, May 27, 1991
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Senator Bob Graham reported calling for more federal judges to handle drug cases. Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Claiborne) Return to popularity of heroin featured; scenes shown of arrests in New York City. [New York police department Inspector Martin O'BOYLE - talks about heroin's availability.] Map shown of locales of heroin abuse. [San Francisco police department Lieutenant Jim MOLINARI - comments on heroin use.] Worldwide production of opium cited. [Disguised heroin ADDICT, Regent Drug Treatment Hospital Art GREENBERG - talk about heroin addiction.]

Claiborne, Ron;
Donaldson, Sam

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