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Supreme Court / Abortion #326676

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 26, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Rita Braver) Supreme Court reported hearing arguments in abortion case that could possibly result in overturning of Roe versus Wade; details given of Missouri abortion case. Former solicitor general Charles Fried quoted with regard to Bush admin.'s request that Roe versus Wade be overturned. Justices Antonin Scalia, Sandra Day O'Connor, pro-choice attorney Frank Susman quoted. [Pro-life attorney Andrew PUZDER - says Roe versus Wade prevent states from viewing fetuses as humans.] ["BARBARA", Reproductive Health Services spokesperson B.J. ISAACSON- JONES - comment on illegal abortions.] Known opinions of justices noted. (Artist: Don Juhlin)

Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan;
Juhlin, Don

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