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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 10, 1973
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(Studio) For 2 years marijuana laws in Ann Arbor, Michigan, least severe. City cncl. changes that.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Ann Arbor, Michigan) City council votes in stricter laws, sending dealer to jail for 4 years Originally $5 fine for possession or sale. [Mayor James STEPHENSON - believes with college atmosphere, smokers free and constant. Resultant bad image in state and nation. Dealers in city caused rampant robberies.] [Former student Pat REID - thinks new law won't make much difference in pot use but to be harder to get.] [Student Gail SPENCER - says law won't stop people from smoking. Prohibition proved that.]
REPORTER: Jeff Williams

Mudd, Roger;
Williams, Jeff

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