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Supreme Court / Breyer Nomination #153743

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 14, 1994
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim O'Brien) The reaction to Judge Stephen Breyer, President Clinton's Supreme Court nominee, examined; scenes shown of Breyer jogging with his daughter. [Former judge Robert BORK, Harvard law professor Laurence TRIBE, Senator Orrin HATCH - praise Breyer.] [Consumer advocate Ralph NADER, Hispanic Bar Association Carlos ORTIZ, NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Legal Defense Fund Elaine JONES - oppose Breyer.]

(New York: Cynthia McFadden) Breyer's legal background reviewed; some of his key opinions outlined on screen. [Legal expert Floyd ABRAMS, Wall Street attorney David BOISE - comment on Breyer's legal philosophy and smartness.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Coverage of Breyer's nomination on tomorrow's "This Week with David Brinkley" noted.

Brown, Aaron;
McFadden, Cynthia;
O'Brien, Tim

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