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University of Louisville, Kentucky / Smoking Ban Proposal #319071

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 25, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Louisville, Kentucky: Frank Currier) University of Louisville officials reported proposing smoking ban for designated areas on campus. [MAN, Kentucky state representative Donnie GEDLING -comment on smoking ban proposal.] Univ. noted funded by tobacco industry [STUDENT -comments on proposal.] Smoking ban outlined. [Kentucky state representative Clay CRUPPER - threatens to cut education funding if ban is implemented.] [STUDENTS - comment.] [University of Louisville president Don. SWAIN - comments on smoking regulations.]

Currier, Frank;
Kuralt, Charles

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