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Nightline: The Court Rules #649314

ABC Special for Tuesday, Dec 12, 2000

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  • Live discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), Jackie Judd (ABC), ABC News Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin, former US Supreme Court clerk Maureen Mahoney, Georgetown University Law Professor Mark Tushnet, Stanford University Law Professor Kathleen Sullivan, Democratic Party Chairman Ed Rendell, Terry Moran (ABC), Dean Reynolds (ABC), ABC News political analyst George Stephanopoulos, and "US News and World Report" Editor-at-Large David Gergen re: this evening's US Supreme Court decision reversing the Florida Supreme Court's order mandating a presidential election manual undervote recount throughout the state.
  • Excerpts of the Supreme Court decision read and explained by John Donvan (ABC).
  • Taped excerpts of statements by Rendell and Bush campaign advisor James Baker.

  • Reporter(s):
    Donvan, John
    Duration:
    00:46:00

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