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Campaign '92 / Quayle / Murphy Brown / Bush Fund- Raising #344412

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

(Los Angeles: Bill Lagattuta) Aftermath of Vice President Dan Quayle's attack on the values portrayed in the "Murphy Brown" television show yesterday featured; excerpt of "Murphy Brown" shown. [In California, QUAYLE - says Hollywood doesn't get it; says show mocks the importance of fathers; adds that we shouldn't glorify illegitimacy.] Response of "Murphy Brown" creator noted. [National Abortion Rights Action League Kate MICHELMAN - comments on Quayle's remarks.] [President BUSH - expresses concern about broken families.] [California state senator Diane WATSON - notes lack of infrastructure to support families.] [Conservative WOMAN, political consultant Kevin PHILLIPS - comment on family values.] [Young black BOY - says Quayle should stay in south central Los Angeles for a night.] [Black GIRL - comments on being raised by her mother.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Bush campaign contributions from California businessman Michael Kojima, who owes back child support, featured; photograph of him shown, scenes of fund raiser shown. [Ex-wife Chong KOJIMA - tells why she needs the child support.] Another ex- wife's letter to Bush quoted. [President's dinner lawyer Jan BARAN - comments on the situation.] [Public Citizen Michael WALDMAN - comments on fund-raising tactics.]

Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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