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Washington, DC / Abortion Protest #326849

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 07, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush and abortion opponents reported hoping that Supreme Court will overturn Roe versus Wade. Report introduced.

(DC: Susan Spencer) Abortion proponents reported planning march in DC this wkend.; details given, scenes shown. [National Right to Life spokesperson Susan SMITH - says many women use abortion as form of birth control.] No. of abortions per year noted. [National Abortion Rights Action League spokesperson Kate MICHELMAN - says women will always have abortions.] [Illegal abortion recipient Sherry METULIUS - describes her abortion.] [USC Medical Center Dr. David GRIMES - says legal abortion is safer.] Romania said to be example of society in which abortion is illegal; details given, scenes shown. [Senator Orrin HATCH - says women will go to states where abortion is legal.] [MICHELMAN - responds.]

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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