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We Report, You Decide (Over Protective?) #770496

FNC Evening News for Friday, Mar 12, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Miami: Orlando Salinas) The debate over a security measure in Lee County, Florida, that tracks students by checking their fingerprints when they get on and off school buses, featured; details given about concerns that the system infringes on students’ rights and outweighs the cost of safety. [Student Transportation’s Lou KARNBACH†- describes the system.] [ACLU’s Barry STEINHARDT†- says we are living in a society with ever-increasing surveillance.] [School Board’s Jane GALLUCCI†- says parents may sign an agreement so their kids do not have to be fingerprinted.] [Mother Karie RATHBUN†- says fingerprinting violates children’s civil rights.]

Smith, Shepard;
Salinas, Orlando

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