NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 01, 2009
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(Washington: Pete Williams) New laws for 2009 involving texting while driving and trees blocking solar panels in California, smoking in Oregon, marijuana in Massachusetts, child pornography in Illinois, adoption in Arkansas, and requirements for foreign travelers reviewed. [California driver Laura SCHUCK, prosecutor Michael O’KEEFE, adoption restriction supporter Jerry COX, Secretary of Homeland Security Michael CHERTOFF- comment.]
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