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Springfield, Oregon / Gay Rights Legislation #587068

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 15, 1992
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Number of states and municipalities that have adopted laws protecting the rights of gays reported.

(Springfield, OR: Keith Morrison) City-wide vote in Springfield, OR, to prohibit laws to protect gays featured; scenes of the town, excerpt of Oregon Citizens Alliance videotape used to campaign against homosexuality shown. [Mayor Bill MORRISETTE, WAITRESS, gay rights advocates Jean MARCHANT, Sandy SHIRLEY, LESBIAN - comment on the vote.] Scenes shown of demonstrators marching against the Springfield law. [DEMONSTRATOR - comments.] [Oregon Citizens Alliance Lon MABON - talks about protecting society from homosexuality.]

Reporter(s):
Morrison, Keith;
Pauley, Jane
Duration:
00:03:40

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