CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(DC: Eric Engberg) Controversy over White House ban on reporter Annette Lopez-Munoz, from US-supported anti-Cuban Radio Marti, for asking President Reagan a question at his news conference last night examined; scenes shown. [LOPEZ-MUNOZ - asks President about possible severing of relations with Nicaragua as means of pressuring Sandinista government] [LOPEZ-MUNOZ - describes her supvrs.' praise; claims national security council called United States Information Agency to have her barred.] [American Univ. journalism dean Sanford UNGER - cites constitutional issue in case.] [Voice of America director Richard CARLSON - denies NSC involvement.]
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