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California / School Student Law Case #180348

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 09, 1998
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Incident in Memphis, Tennessee, in which a five-year-old was charged with carrying a gun reported.

(San Francisco: Lisa Salters) New California statute that states a student can be disciplined for making threats against a school featured; details given of the violent stories written by one teenage student, perhaps as a class assignment. [In shade, suspended 8th grader "BOB" - comments on his fiction.] [Cabrillo Unified School District attorney Emi UYEHARA - defends school officials.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Further coverage of schools on tomorrow's "Good Morning America" noted.

Brown, Aaron;
Salters, Lisa

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