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The 51st State
Episode #306

Episode Description
Program broadcast live from the newsroom. Lisa Feiner reports on Malcolm Wilson?s first state budget as Governor. A film produced by Stephen Glauber explores the controversy of 'stag films, sex films, skin flicks,' the pornography industry and the legal battle surrounding the industry. Gordon Weil reports on Ross Perot and the closing of duPont Walston, a brokerage firm on Wall Street. John Hamilton reports on day nine of the problems at the Soundview Welfare Center in the Bronx. John Hamilton gives an update on the outcome of Robert Sam Anson?s report on Donald Cox, a man falsely convicted of rape in Alabama.

Wilson, Malcolm (Gov.) -- Budget -- New York (State)
Pornography -- Law and legislation -- United States
duPont Walston
Soundview Welfare Center -- Bronx (N.Y.)


Copyright Holder
Educational Broadcasting Corporation

Colgan, Mick

Executive Producer
Raab, Selwyn

Hamilton, John

Other Credits
Feiner, Lisa (Reporter)
Smirnoff, Paul (Coordinating Producer)
Weil, Gordon (Reporter)

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