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Los Angeles, California / Police / Proposition F #586842

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 31, 1992
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(Studio: Keith Morrison) Today's happenings in campaign '92 reviewed; Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan said stating that potential candidate H. Ross Perot is the man to beat. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Phil Shuman) Proposition F, to reform the maligned Los Angeles police department, featured; the three elements of charter amendment F outlined on screen. [Mayor Tom BRADLEY, police chief Daryl GATES, police union Bill VIOLANTE - comment on the issue of control of the police department.] [In the streets, three PEOPLE - opt for change in the police department.]

Reporter(s):
Morrison, Keith;
Shuman, Phil
Duration:
00:03:00

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