NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 26, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Supreme Court ruling on Oklahoma law discriminating against homosexual teachers examined. [TEACHER - doesn't believe his homosexuality will encourage students to become gay.] Law's background, stemming from homophobic campaign in Oklahoma by Anita Bryant, reviewed [State legislature William GRAVES - defs. law.] [TEACHER - notes burden on gay teachers' private lives.] Justice Lewis Powell mentioned absent for ruling. [National Gay Task Force spokesperson Virginia APUZZO - feels justice has prevailed.] [State legislature John MONKS - doesn't anticipate any change.]
REPORTER: Carl Stern Artist: Arthur Lien
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