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Supreme Court / Voting Rights Act, "Baby Veronica" Case #1046699

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Supreme Court's striking down of parts of the Voting Rights Act with the majority opinion outlined cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Randi Kaye) The Supreme Court ruling in the Baby Veronica custody case in which the adoptive parents had to turn her over to the biological father due to the Indian Child Welfare Act reviewed; details given about the baby, the paternity case filed by father Dustin Brown due to the '78 federal law designed to protect Indian rights, the South Carolina court ruling for the biological father, &the Supreme Court ruling. [Adoptive father and mother Matt and Melanie CAPOBIANCO†- describe what happened to the family.] [Cherokee Nation attorney general Todd HEMBREE†- defends the Indian law.] [CNN's jeffrey TOOBIN - explains what happens next in the case for the Capobiancos.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An exclusive CNN interview held with adoptive parents Matt and Melanie Capobianco about Baby Veronica's case. [CAPOBIANCOS - call the court ruling a huge win.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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