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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.
(Washington: Carl Stern) The future for abortion in the United States as the Supreme Court readies to hear a Pennsylvania case that says Roe versus Wade is no longer valid examined; various options considered. [Abortion rights lawyer Estelle RODGERS, American University sociologist Rita SIMON, abortion opponent Christian Action Council Thomas GLESSNER - offer statistics on number of abortions that would still be performed.] Antonin Scalia said the only justice opposed to any abortions. Map shown of states likely to outlaw abortion. [RODGERS, GLESSNER, SIMON - predict what would happen if Roe versus Wade is abandoned.]
- Stern, Carl;
- Utley, Garrick
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