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California / Society-Victims' Rights #318470

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 14, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sacramento, California: John Blackstone) Paul Gann, political activist who helped pass Proposition 13 in California, reported now fighting for AIDS' victims rights; Howard Jarvis mentioned. [GANN - says he now has AIDS.] Gann noted contracting AIDS through blood transfusion during surgery in 1982. [GANN - comments on AIDS.] [California Med. Association Dr. Laurens WHITE - comments on Gann.] Gann's Proposition 102 discussed. [MEN - comment on necessity of anonymous testing.] [PREACHER, Dr. David WERDEGAR - oppose Proposition 102.] Growing voice of AIDS victims noted. [GANN - says no one has right to spread AIDS.]

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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