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Eye On America ( Fargo, North Dakota / Abortion / Greywind) #342966

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 20, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Fargo: Bob McNamara) Abortion controversy focusing on one North Dakota woman featured; scenes shown of Lambs of Christ anti-abortion protesters outside a Fargo, North Dakota, abortion clinic. [Fargo Women's Health Organization Jane BOVARD - talks about effect on patients; says people are trying to bribe Greywind.] [Pregnant woman accused of inhaling paint fumes Martina GREYWIND - talks about pleading guilty.] Offer by Lambs of Christ to pay Greywind for delivering her baby and by anonymous donor to pay for Greywind's abortion reported. [Lambs of Christ Ron MAXSON, New York anti-abortion attorney John BRODERICK, medical ethicist Dr. Arthur CAPLAN, Lambs of Christ MEMBER - comment.] [Tim HOLLAND - talks about adopting the Greywind child.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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