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Bush / Abortion Protest / Quayle #323805

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 23, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introd.

(DC: Lesley Stahl) President George Bush and Vice President Dan Quayle reported voicing their opposition to Supreme Court's abortion decision, Roe versus Wade. [Voice of BUSH - urges that Supreme Court overturn Roe versus Wade.] [During meeting with anti- abortionists, QUAYLE - says Bush administration will continue Reagan administration's fight against abortion.] Bush noted phoning USSR general secretary Mikhail Gorbachev; details given. Bush's schedule outlined on screen. [BUSH - comments on work and ethics.]

(DC: Ron Allen) Anti-abortion demonstrations reported across country [Senators Gordon HUMPHREY, Jesse HELMS - urge Bush to fight for illegalization of abortion.] [National Abortion Rights Action League Kate MICHELMAN - criticizes Bush.] Washington, DC demonstration shown. [Anti-abortion DEMONSTRATORS - comment on situation.] [MICHELMAN - comments.]

Allen, Ron;
Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley

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