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Supreme Court / Employment / Fetal Protection Policies #133673

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 20, 1991
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim O'Brien) Supreme Court ruling against fetal protection policies, which bar women from jobs that might be dangerous to an unborn baby, featured; details given of case brought by female workers against Johnson Controls, Incorporated Opinions of Justices Harry Blackmun and David Souter cited. [Two PLAINTIFFS - back ruling.] (Artist: Carole Kabrin)

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Martin) Ramifications of this decision for major corporations that keep women from hazardous jobs examined. [Labor lawyer Carin CLAUSS, ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) attorney Joan BERTIN, United States Chamber of Commerce Stephen BOKAT, National Safe Workplace Institution James HOLZHAUER - offer various opinions on case.]

Reporter(s):
Kabrin, Carole;
Martin, John;
O'Brien, Tim;
Sawyer, Diane
Duration:
00:04:00

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