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NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 20, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Supreme Court's hearing this Wednesday on Pennsylvania abortion law mentioned. Report introduced.

(Buffalo: Mike Boettcher) Battle in Buffalo, New York, between pro- choice and anti-abortion activists featured; scenes shown of protesters on each side. [Two PROTESTERS - comment.] [Abortion rights advocate Sharon FAWLEY - talks about importance of Buffalo battle.] [Abortion rights advocate Curtis ALEXANDER - comments on keeping the clinics open.] Scenes shown of Operation Rescue anti-abortion protests in Wichita, Kansas, last summer. [Buffalo Mayor James GRIFFIN - talks about anti-abortion activists.] Scenes shown of Operation Rescue members rehearsing for tomorrow morning's protest. [MAN - says protesters shouldn't be here.]

Boettcher, Mike;
Brokaw, Tom

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