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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Reaction of both sides in the abortion battle to yesterday's Supreme Court decision noted.
(Capitol Hill: Jim Wooten) Consideration by House Judiciary Committee of a bill that would guarantee abortion rights by making Roe vs. Wade federal law examined; scenes shown of arrest of NOW president Patricia Ireland during a demonstration in Washington, DC, for abortion rights. [Representative Jack BROOKS - says Congress must fill the constitutional void left the court.] [Governor Bill CLINTON - backs bill to protect a woman's right to choose.] [Vice President Dan QUAYLE - gives administration's view on abortion.] The Democrats' aim of keeping the abortion issue in this summer's campaign '92 noted.
- Jennings, Peter;
- Wooten, Jim
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