NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 22, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(DC: Robert Hager) Federal directive quoted on screen with regard to protection of federally employed AIDS victims. [Govt. personnel director Constance HORNER - comments on directive and AIDS situation.] AIDS noted not being contracted in ofc. environment; details given. Long Island, New York, soc. security employment's case detailed. AIDS victims cabinet maker Chris Barrie and telephone employment Temma Luk noted experiencing no difficulties in private sector. [LOOK - says has enough pressure without fearing discrimination at work.] Florida employment Todd Shuttelworth noted being fired and dying soon after winning legal battle. Fed. directive reported attempting to avoid such confrontations in office
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