ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 29, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.
(New York: Linda Pattillo) Campaigning by Governor Bill Clinton in New York featured; scenes shown; details given of his exchanges with the press about using drugs. [In Harlem church, CLINTON - jokes about "making it here."] [In response to question from television reporter, CLINTON - says he broke no state drug laws but experimented with marijuana while in England.] ["New York Daily News" executive editor Matthew STORIN - refers to the "slick Willie thing."]
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Findings of ABC News in New York poll about the Democratic candidates and the integrity issue outlined.
(Washington: Walter Rodgers) Campaigning by Jerry Brown featured; scenes shown from Wisconsin; details given of his response to "Washington Post" story tying him to a biomedical firm penalized for falsely promoting an AIDS drug and the fact that he called Representative Henry Waxman for help. [On "This Week with David Brinkley", BROWN - responds.] [WAXMAN - says he refused to use his influence with the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) on Brown's behalf.] Contrast noted of Brown campaigning as a reformer while being dogged by his political past as an insider.
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Findings of ABC poll on voter satisfaction with current presidential candidates, including President Bush and former candidate Paul Tsongas, outlined on screen.
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