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National Women's Political Caucus / Abortion Issue #328868

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 05, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Saint Paul, Minnesota: Bruce Morton) Focusing of National Women's Pol. Caucus convention in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on issue of abortion featured; scenes shown of anti-abortion protests; details given of states to be targeted by pro- choice forces in future elecs. [NWPC chairwoman Irene NATIVIDAD - says "we'll get even."] [Minnesota Planned Parenthood's Connie PERPICH - says a campaign strategy is being developed.] [Representative Nita LOWEY - says pro-choice is a winning issue.] [Pol. analyst Celinda LAKE - gives political advice.] Group's position compared to that of NOW. [Minnesota delegate Heidi STENNIS - says people are becoming less complacent about abortion issue.] Scenes shown of anti- abortion demonstration in Granite City, Illinois.

Morton, Bruce;
Schieffer, Bob

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