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Volunteering / Children / Clinton / Maryland #172746

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 26, 1997
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Call from President Clinton in his radio address for Congress to help organize an army of volunteers to teach children to read reported; scenes shown from Philadelphia, where Clinton will attend a three-day summit on volunteerism.

(Baltimore County, MD: Deborah Weiner) Mandatory volunteerism for Maryland high school students examined; scenes shown of teens working. [Two STUDENTS, Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Kennedy TOWNSEND - back the volunteer program.] [Maryland state delegate Janet GREENIP - questions the time away from school.]

Poussaint, Renee;
Weiner, Deborah

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