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Abortion / Florida #328635

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 02, 1989
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) CBS News-"New York Times" poll results with regard to abortion issue given. Report introduced.

(Jacksonville, Florida: Phil Jones) Abortion opponents and proponents reported attempting to sway public opinion; details given, scenes shown from abortion videos. Recent Supreme Court rulings with regard to abortion discussed. [Pol. analyst Harrison HICKMAN - comments on political implications of issue.] Florida legislature reported meeting soon to debate abortion issue. [Florida Abortion Rights Action League spokesperson Janis COMPTON-CARR, WOMAN - comment.] [National Right to Life spokesperson David O'STEEN - comments.] [Florida state legislature Joe ARNALL - says abortion is important political issue.] [WOMAN, Florida Right to Life spokesperson Virginia CHAPMAN - say unborn have rights.]

Jones, Phil;
Kuralt, Charles

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