CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 13, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung) The signing of the new federal crime bill by President Clinton reported; scenes shown from Washington.
(Washington: Jim Stewart) Crime in Maryland and what changes may take effect with the new crime bill featured. [Prince Georges County police chief David MITCHELL - says he will put more police on the streets.] [CHI. Fraternal Order of Police William NOLAN, Buffalo police commissioner Gil KERLIKOWSKE, Prince Georges County police sergeant Mark POLK - talk about the crime bill.]
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