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Drug Testing / Federal Employees #307353

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 13, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan mentioned giving instructions to ambs. today on push for crackdown on international drug trafficking.

(New Orleans, Louisiana: Jim McManus) Possible implications for President's order for mandatory drug testing of federal employees of New Orleans fed. Judge Robert Collins' ruling against testing program of United States Customs Service examined; details given, scenes shown. Collins' decision outlined on screen. [Tulane law school spokesperson M. David GELFAND - thinks decision will affect mandatory drug testing.] [Union president Robert TOBIAS - notes Customs commissioner, Attorney General Edwin Meese nor President can require federal employee to waive their constitutional rights.] [Union attorney Lois WILLIAMS - cites long- range implications of ruling for President's testing program.]

McManus, Jim;
Rather, Dan

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