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Focus (Children: California Background Checks) #617805

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 12, 1997
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(No location given: Dan Lothian) New law in San Mateo, California, requiring a criminal background check of anyone looking after children alone to prevent predators from preying on kids examined; details recalled of the abduction and murder of Polly Klaas in a nearby town. [Parents Tim DAVIS, Lili WALKER, Little League parent Marc NELSON, San Mateo Mayor Gary YATES, Boys and Girls Club executive director Daniel DADOUN, volunteer Irene POIMIROO; Joyce BOGIOS - offer views on the child protection law.]

Lothian, Dan;
Williams, Brian

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