Weekend Review: Kevorkian, Aramony Resignation, Economy, Bush Drug Summit , Yankee Rowe Plant Closing, Ireland ABORTION RULING #585294
NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 29, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Announcement in Michigan that Dr. Jack Kevorkian will face a murder trial in the suicide deaths of two women; United Way president William Aramony's resignation amid criticisms of his extravagant lifestyle; statistics on consumer confidence and housing starts; President Bush's drug summit with Latin American leaders; closing of Yankee Rowe nuclear power plant in Massachusetts; Irish supreme court ruling that a 14-year-old alleged rape victim could leave the country for an abortion reported; scenes shown from each story.
- Utley, Garrick
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