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Supreme Court / Abortion / Unitarianian Church / Seattle, Washington, Protests #569213

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 24, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Stmt. from head of Unitarian Church, William Schulz, that Universalist church members will take women wherever necessary to obtain safe abortions if Supreme Court reverses its 1973 position that legalized abortion reported Report introduced.

(Seattle, WA: Jim Cummins) Abortion protesters who go to jail featured; scenes shown from Seattle, WA, ctrm. where judge heard cases involving pro-life demonstrators. [Judge Joel RINDAL - imposes sentence.] Blocking of abortion clinics by protesters detailed; scenes shown. [PEOPLE - debate issue.] [Reverend Jerry SOBRANKY, son Brad SOBRANKY - discuss their anti-abortion views.]

Cummins, Jim;
Shriver, Maria

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