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Campaign 2002: Ballot Initiatives #713845

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 05, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The proposition to allow the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood, California, to secede from Los Angeles mentioned.

(Grand Ridge, Florida: Wyatt Andrews) The variety of ballot initiatives being voted on featured; examples cited, including Florida’s pig protection amendment, an organic coffee proposition in Berkeley, California, an animal cruelty proposition in Arkansas and marijuana initiatives in Arizona, South Dakota and Nevada; radio ad for Citizens For a Humane Arkansas played. [Humane Society of the US Wayne PACELLE†- speaks for pregnant pigs.] [Hog farmer Steve BASFORD†- opposes the pig proposition.] [Uncommon Grounds Orrel LANTER†- comments on the coffee proposition.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Andrews, Wyatt
Duration:
00:03:00

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