NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 27, 1974
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(Studio) Prostitutes hold 1st national convention in San Francisco, California.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman
(San Francisco, California) Militancy increases among some prostitutes; reasons given. [Prostitution Organization of New York Jean POWELL - thinks prostitutes shouldn't be deprived of help other organizations receive] [Margo ST. JAMES - thinks prostitution should be decriminalized.] [San Francisco sheriff's attorney Carol SILVER - believes money saved by decriminalizing prostitution could be used to help stop high crimes.]
REPORTER: Jack Perkins
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