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Supreme Court / Five Cases #160466

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1995
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tim O'Brien) Five cases before the Supreme Court reviewed: of the constitutionality of voting rights in Georgia and Louisiana; of Saint Patrick's Day parade in Boston, which keeps gay advocacy groups out; of the Ku Klux Klan's right to erect a cross on the state capital; of drug testing rights in the James Acton case and the spotted owl case, between environmentalists and the lumber industry. [Institution for Justice Clint BOLICK - talks about the redistricting on racial lines issue.] [South Boston war vets council John "Whacko" HURLEY, Gay-Lesbian Group of Boston Cathleen FINN - offer differing opinions on the First Amendment issue in Boston.] [Earlier, plaintiff ACTON - opposes school drug tests.] [Interior Secretary Bruce BABBITT - comments on the Endangered Species Act.]

Reporter(s):
O'Brien, Tim;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:03:00

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