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Drug Imports / Debate #734396

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 03, 2003
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(Studio: Gretchen Carlson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Dan Raviv) The debate over Congressional legislation allowing the import of prescription drugs examined; scenes shown from Wheaton, Maryland. [Senior Lottie GRAUBARD†- complains about drug costs.] [Representative John DINGELL - says unsafe drugs will be sold out of Canada.] [Representative Gil GUTKNECHT†- says Americans pay the highest prices for drugs.] [Public Citizen Dr. Sidney WOLFE - calls for price controls so Americans don't have to cross the border.]

Reporter(s):
Carlson, Gretchen;
Raviv, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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