CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 16, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Treasury employees' union reported filing suit to halt President Reagan's call for mandatory drug testing of federal workers.
(DC: David Martin) Mil.'s role in drug war, illustrated by current operation in Bolivia, discussed; details given, scenes shown. House's proposed incrd. involvement of military domestically examined. [Representative Duncan HUNTER, assistant defense secretary Chapman COX - disagree on plan's feasibility.] Anticipated demands on military to meet House goals detailed. [US Customs commissioner William VON RAAB - notes constitutional questions.]
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