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Trenton, New Jersey / Urban Aid Weed and Seed Program #587417

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 07, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Consideration by Congress of President Bush's urban aid program, which includes "weed and seed" projects to get drug dealers out of neighborhoods, which are then seeded with social programs, reported.

(Trenton, New Jersey: Fred Briggs) The weed and seed program in Trenton, New Jersey, reexamined; scenes shown to illustrate facets of the plan. [Police sergeant Marvin JOHNSON, WOMAN - comment.] [City councilman William YOUNG - calls for job placement and training.] [Volunteer Timothy GIBSON, two KIDS, Mayor Douglas PALMER - talk about the drug problem.] [Weed and seed project director John BAILEY - says it is only part of the solution.]

Briggs, Fred;
Utley, Garrick

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