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Washington, DC / War On Drugs (Part II) #326412

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 11, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Bruce Morton) Drug problem in Washington, DC examined. [Convicted drug dealer Calvin WOODLAND - comments on money.] [American Enterprise Institution spokesperson Doug. BESHAROV - comments.] Prison overcrowding in Washington, DC noted. [Criminal justice expert James FYFE - comments on decrease demand for drugs.] Difficulty in fighting war on drugs outlined. [Sociologist Lisbeth SCHORR - says children need to be taught about drugs.] Cost of soc. programs noted. [MAN, children Anwar McQUEEN and Ronald BROOKS, Baltimore, Maryland, mayor Kurt SCHMOKE - comment on drug problem.] Schmoke recalled urging that some drugs be legalized. [FYFE - comments on legalization.] [DC Youth Services Admin. Jesse WILLIAMS - comments.] [Convicted juvenile drug DEALER, SCHORR - discuss drug problem.] [Murdered drug dealer Cassius Keys' sister Toni KEYS - says help is needed.]

Rather, Dan;
Morton, Bruce

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