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Gays in the Military / Clinton / Reaction #347140

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 29, 1993
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(Los Angeles: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) President Clinton's compromise agreement on ending the ban on gays in the military featured; tenets of the temporary order, in effect until July 15, outlined. [CLINTON - outlines a policy.] [Senator Dan COATS - criticizes Clinton's action.] [Senator Sam NUNN, Human Rights Campaign Fund Tim McFEELEY, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin POWELL - offer views on the politics of compromise.]

(Los Angeles: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) Impact of the compromise on gays already serving in the military examined; series of related issues that the Pentagon will have to deal with listed. [Disguised gay SERVICEMAN, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Tanya DOMI - comment.] [Air Force Lieutenant Heidi De JESUS - says the sodomy issue must also be addressed.] [On Wednesday, NUNN - raises the issue of displays of affection.]

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan;
Stewart, Jim

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