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CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 06, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: David Browning) Drug use in United States during 1960's featured; details given, scenes shown. Supreme Court nominee Doug. Ginsburg being penalized for having lived in such a culture discussed. [WOMAN - says look at his qualifications and not his past.] [MAN - notes prevalence of drugs.] US drug use statistics cited. [Marijuana advocate Bruce MARGOLIN - discusses judges and drug use.] Judges and lawyers using drugs being held more accountable mentioned. [Washington State supreme court judge Fred DORE - opposes Ginsburg nomination] [Harvard PROF. - says Ginsburg was never forced to experiment with drugs.] [Drug popularizer Tim. LEARY - discusses number of future Supreme Court nominees who will have smoked marijuana.] Scenes of people smoking marijuana shown.

Browning, David;
Rather, Dan

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