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New Mexico / Drug Legalization / Johnson #183845

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 21, 1999
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Albuquerque: Judy Muller) The reaction in New Mexico to Governor Gary Johnson's stand on legalizing drugs featured. [Former New Mexico public safety director Darren WHITE - opposes Johnson.] [JOHNSON - wants control of, regulation of and education about drugs.] [White House drug czar Barry McCAFFREY, CHEERLEADER - cite the public perception of Johnson.] [Young WOMAN - lauds Johnson's common sense.] [California superior court judge James GRAY - says the system of massive prisons for drug offenders is a massive failure.] [New Mexico department of health Dr. Bruce TRIGG - cites the cost of incarceration.] [Hands Across Culture Antonio DELGADO - offers advice to the governor about improving the quality of life.]

Muller, Judy;
Simpson, Carole

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