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Nightline #647887

ABC Special for Tuesday, Aug 23, 1994

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  • Live discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), Dave Marash (ABC), Sen. Alan Simpson, and Sen. Joseph Biden re: the Senate debate over the crime bill, including its provision to fund midnight basketball programs.
  • Live report with Dave Marash (ABC) from a basketball court at Riverbank Park in West Harlem (New York), and a taped segment with Marash, Rep. Henry Hyde, Rep. Lynn Schenk, Rep. Dan Burton, then President George Bush, Rep. Newt Gingrich, New York Governor Mario Cuomo, Barry Remington of New York midnight basketball program corporate sponsor Foot Locker, Sandra Buchanan of corporate sponsor Snapple, program participant Jamie Chisholm, team sponsor Arthur Rosen, and league official LeRoy Hendricks.

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Marash, Dave (ABC)

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