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Clinton / Foster Nomination / Surgeon General / The Christian Right #158275

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 12, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The continued controversy over Dr. Henry Foster, President Clinton's nominee for Surgeon General, updated; scenes shown of Foster at home in Nashville, Tennessee. [Senators Dan COATS, Phil GRAMM, Health and Human Services Secretary Donna SHALALA, White House Chief of Staff Leon PANETTA - offer differing opinions on Foster's background and his nomination.] Report introduced.

(Nashville: Mike von Fremd) The position of Christian religious broadcasters on the President, Foster and the abortion issue examined; scenes shown from Nashville. [Love Worth Finding Ministries Adrian ROGERS - preaches against abortion.] [Christian talk show host Marlin MADDOUX - criticizes Clinton's "in your face" policies.] [Emory University professor Merle BLACK - analyzes Clinton's relationship with the religious right.]

Simpson, Carole;
von Fremd, Mike

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