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Hanover, New Hampshire / College Drinking #724967

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 29, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(No location given: Fred Briggs) A novel, but controversial, way to get college students to pay for underage drinking featured; scenes shown from the college town of Hanover, New Hampshire. [Hanover police department Chief Nicholas GIACCONE†- explains the definition of "alcohol possession."] [New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union Claire EBEL†- calls this a constitutional infringement.] [Three Dartmouth College STUDENTS - complain.] [Police Sgt. Chris O'CONNELL†- explains who is being picked up.] [Dartmouth College Alex HUPPE†- says college is not a refuge from the law.]

Williams, Brian;
Briggs, Fred

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