NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 30, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) Renewed debate on abortion sparked by yesterday's Supreme Court ruling on the matter featured; scenes shown of abortion rights activists protesting outside Pennsylvania's capital. [Planned Parenthood Melissa FROST - talks about referring women to other states.] Abortion restrictions to take effect in Kansas tomorrow noted; map shown indicating other states that have enacted restrictions affected by the ruling. [Illinois attorney general Roland BURRIS - says he'll oppose efforts to restrict abortions.] Congress' proposed Freedom of Choice Act mentioned. [Representatives Pat SCHROEDER, Henry HYDE - comment on the Supreme Court ruling.] Discussion held about whether President Bush will change his platform with regard to abortion.
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