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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: William La Jeunesse) The Arizona ban on Dan Frazier’s controversial anti-war clothing that features the names of American troops killed in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown of the shirt with the slogan “Bush lied, they died”; details given on the lawsuit filed on his behalf by the ACLU. [Arizona state senator Jim WARING- says using soldiers’ names to make money is unconscionable.] [FRAZIER- explains his reasons for making the shirts.]
- Smith, Shepard;
- Jeunesse, William La
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