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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 08, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Escambia County, Florida, schools superintendent Jim Paul† & Escambia Education Assn. executive director Bob Husbands about the case in which a teacher protested being fired for showing up for a faculty meeting high on cocaine. [From Pensacola, Florida, PAUL - says he will ask the board to appeal the decision & terminate the teacher; questions the teacher contract allowing the teacher to stay.] [From Pensacola, Florida, teachers union representative HUSBANDS - says Florida law says you cannot fire a teacher for a first offense.]

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