CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 22, 1998
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(Studio: John Roberts) Agreement among state attorneys generals about mail sweepstakes reported.
(New York: Jeffrey Kofman) The misleading marketing gimmicks from American Family Publishers Sweepstakes and other mail companies examined. [Thinking he was a winner, Richard LUSK - expresses confusion.] [New York attorney general Dennis VACCO, law professor Gary PELLER - say the solicitations are misleading.] [American Family Publishers David CARLIN - offers the company's defense.]
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