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Littleton, Colorado / Columbine High School / Shooting Memorial / Court Case / Aden, Abrams Interviews (Part II) #719441

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 13, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jeffrey Toobin) Live interview held with constitutional lawyer Floyd Abrams & Rutherford Inst.'s chief litigation counsel Steven Aden† about the controversy about the memorial at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. [From Denver, ADEN - says he is sorry the Supreme Court passed on the question of individuals speaking within a school setting; states the school policy was no religious symbols.] [In studio, ABRAMS - says the court did not think the case was clear enough to deal with the First Amendment rights on religion.] The statement from Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia that the court has gone too far on separation of religion noted. [ADEN, ABRAMS - react to Scalia's viewpoint.]

Brown, Aaron;
Toobin, Jeffrey

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