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Drugs / New York #225498

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 03, 1973
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(Studio) In past 6 years New York spends $1 billion on drug treatment centers. Little rehabilitation achieved. Today Governor Nelson Rockefeller urges stronger antidrug laws.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Albany, New York) [ROCKEFELLER - says drug pushers destroy life and threaten society. Recommends legislature for making penalty life sentence for all illegal pushing of hard drugs.] Law will forbid probation, plea of lesser charge, forbid parole and suspension of sentence.
REPORTER: (No reporter given)

Rather, Dan

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