CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 24, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Palo Alto, California: Jerry Bowen) Stanford University computer science teacher Stuart Reges featured challenging right to free speech; details given of law requiring colleges to crack down on drug use in return for federal funding; letters from Reges to drug czar Bob Martinez, and from Martinez back to Stanford, quoted; Stanford noted suspending Reges for advocating illicit drug use. [REGES, Stanford spokesman Terry SHEPARD - comment.] Allegations that Stanford overbilled government for research projects recalled. [Two STUDENTS - comment.]
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