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(Studio) Nuclear plant demonstrators arrested at Seabrook, New Hampshire, remain in custody, despite controversy with regard to alleged case of measles in group; details noted. Detention is costing state much money and courts aren't being lenient.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters
(Manchester, New Hampshire) Estimated cost of detention of demonstrators noted. [New Hampshire attorney general David SOUTER - says much of problem has been getting started.] Sentences handed down by court noted. Details with regard to previous and present protests over Seabrook nuclear plant site noted. REPORTER: Bill Stewart
- Walters, Barbara
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