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Nightline #646417

ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 18, 1989

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Live discussion re: constitutionality of various anti-drug laws with Ted Koppel (ABC), Rep. Clay Shaw, ACLU National Legal Director John Powell, and Public Housing Residents' Council President Virginia Wilks; taped segment with Bonnie Strauss (ABC), excerpt of George Bush Inaugural speech, excerpts of statement by National Drug Control Policy Director William Bennett, DC Mayor Marion Barry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania District Attorney Ronald Castille, Professor James Fyfe, Professor David Musto, DC City Councilman Frank Smith, ACLU Arthur Spitzer, DC City Councilman John Wilson, National Housing Law Project Florence Roisman, Alexandria, Virginia Mayor James Moran, and excerpt of statement by HUD Secretary Jack Kemp.

Duration:
00:30:00

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