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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(NYC) Possibility Salvation Army will lose New York City funds due to its refusal to agree not to discriminate against gays examined; extent of its soc. service agreements with city government at present noted. Org.'s rationale for refusing to sign city order mandatory to receive municipal funds outlined. [Bureau of Labor Services Douglas WHITE - explains city's stance.] [Family Defense Coalition spokesperson Bob PETERS - won't be forced to condone homosexuality.] [National Gay Task Force spokesperson David ROTHENBERG - doesn't feel Salvation Army has right to discriminate against any group.]
REPORTER: Joan Snyder
- Dean, Morton;
- Snyder, Joan
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