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Buffalo, New York / Abortion / Operation Rescue / Supreme Court #343864

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 19, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Washington: Eric Engberg) Plans of anti-abortion Operation Rescue and pro-choice activists to use Buffalo, New York, as a battleground for the abortion issue featured; scenes shown of protesters on both sides outside a Buffalo abortion clinic. [Operation Rescue leader Randall TERRY - preaches.] Scenes shown of last year's Operation Rescue demonstrations in Wichita, Kansas. [Buffalo Mayor James GRIFFIN, Women's Legal Defense Fund Judith LICHTMAN - offer opposing views of Terry.] Scenes shown of Supreme Court justices, who will take up a Pennsylvania law restricting abortions this week; role of the abortion issue in campaign '92 noted.

Chung, Connie;
Engberg, Eric

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