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Sunday Journal (War On Drugs) #569230

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 25, 1989
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(DC: Lisa Myers) Drug war on campus featured; details given of government questionnaire requiring students applying for financial aids to state they don't use drugs. [University of California at Berkeley student Rosalind YEH, Maurey SILVERMAN - say people may use drugs even if they sign paper.] [University of California at Berkeley official Richard BLACK - says this is not useful way of dealing with drug abuse.] [University of Wisconsin professor John WILEY - comments.] Threats against univs. from drug czar William Bennett detailed. [BENNETT - says insts. don't have courage to crack down on drugs.] [University of Wisconsin at Madison Chancellor Donna SHILLELAH - responds to Bennett.] Drug policy at University of Wisconsin reviewed. [BENNETT - details proposed university drug policy.] [SHILLELAH, WILEY - respond.]

Myers, Lisa;
Utley, Garrick

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