ABC Evening News for Friday, Jun 14, 1996
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report that President Clinton will use his radio address to make a statement about the dangers of smoking noted.
(Birmingham: John Cochran) The controversy over presidential candidate Bob Dole's statement about smoking while campaigning in tobacco country examined. [In Alabama, today, DOLE - says sometimes it is addictive.] [Senator Tom DASCHLE, Representative Henry WAXMAN - criticize Dole's statement that smoking is not addictive.] The Democrats' list of campaign contributions to Dole's political action committees cited. [DOLE - responds to Cochran's questions about accepting funds from tobacco companies.]
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