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'86 Elec. / Drug Testing #307086

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 28, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania: Bruce Morton) Elec.-yr. fad of cands. vol. to take urine tests for substance abuse featured; details given, scenes shown. Pennsylvania cand. Mark Holtzman mentioned, shown. "Doonesbury" by Garry Trudeau shown courtesy Universal Press Syndicate. [New Jersey candidate John WYDRIE - refers to "jar wars."] Cands. Harold Stassen, Massachusetts Congress Clark Aft mentioned, shown. [Joe KENNEDY - explains refusing to take test.] Issue's role in SC gubernatorial race between Carroll Campbell and Mike Daniel described. [DANIEL - attacks Campbell's effort to intimidate him.] [Pol. columnist Mark SHIELDS - thinks cands. have trivialized serious issue in lust for votes.] [HOLTZMAN - defs. tactic.] [WYDRIE - considers ploy silly.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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