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Los Angeles, California / Proposition F #344738

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 01, 1992
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(Studio: Ron Allen) Debate in Los Angeles over Proposition F, designed to give civilians more control over the police, featured; April 29 scenes shown of Los Angeles riots. [On May 29, Los Angeles police chief Daryl GATES - opposes Proposition F.] Excerpt shown of anti- Proposition F commercial. [Proposition F opponent Geoffrey GARFIELD - comments on police beating of motorist Rodney King, riots.] [Reverend Jesse JACKSON - makes pro-Proposition F speech.] Excerpt played of pro- Proposition F radio commercial. [Proposition F proponent Warren CHRISTOPHER - says issue is excessive force.] Results given of poll taken after the riots on whether voters will approve Proposition F.

Allen, Ron

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