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Supreme Court / Ginsburg Nom. #106695

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Return of Doug. Ginsburg to Capitol Hill to meet with Senators who will consider his nomination to Supreme Court reported Report introduced.

(DC: John Martin) Ginsburg's link with cable television company reported [Voice of Senator Charles GRASSLEY - says we won't discuss cable television question here.] Documents showing that Ginsburg removed himself from companies in conflict of interest cases shown. [Justice Department spokesperson Terry EASTLAND - says there was no conflict of interest] Ginsburg's ownership of bonds in Rogers Communications, Incorporated shown in document. Relevant Federal Communications Commission documents mentioned. [CATA spokesperson Stephen EFFROS - says Ginsburg made a mistake.] [NYU School of Law Stephen GILLERS - says he blundered in not getting ethical clearance.] Ofc. of Govt. Ethics and American Bar Association noted looking into Ginsburg's cable holdings.

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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