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FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 06, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Research finding that drinking a glass of milk everyday can reduce the risk of developing colorectal cancer, a study finding that soy protein is not an adequate substitute for female hormone replacement to treat menopause symptoms, and a study published in the journal “Pediatrics” finding that children’s over-the-counter cough medications do not reduce nighttime coughs reported.

(Seattle: Dan Springer) The controversy over a voter initiative in Oregon that would expand the amount of medical marijuana a person could possess featured; details given about the initiative, which would allow the state to regulate dispensaries & require counties health departments to sale marijuana, if no other dispensary existed. [Medical marijuana patient Josh MORGAN†, initiative sponsor John SABO†, Benton County district attorney Scott HEISER†- offer differing opinions on the initiative.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) The release of a U.N. report on the record number of new HIV cases noted.

Smith, Shepard;
Springer, Dan

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