ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 26, 1972
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(Studio) Supreme Court says grand jury witness does not have to answer questions based on illegal wiretap. Rules Connecticut college has no right to bar militant Students for a Democratic Society from campus. Supreme Court strikes down laws in Chicago and Rockford, Illinois, preventing pickets from gathering near schools. Court overturns conviction of men using obscenity in speech to school board Justices rule Army is not violating constitutional rights of a civilian when putting him under surveillance.
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