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Supreme Court / Decisions Reviewed #73013

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 05, 1981
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(Studio) San Jose, California, municipal employees' strike said spurred by recent Supreme Court decision with regard to sex discrimination in the workplace.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) Supreme Court's recent term and decisions on Utah abortion case, Florida's use of cameras in ctrooms., Ohio's prison system, Pennsylvania's insts. for mentally retarded, Iran hostage agreement, former CIA agent Philip Agee, draft registration reviewed; opinions on various cases of Justices Lewis Powell, William Brennan and Thurgood Marshall quoted. [June 25, NOW president Eleanor SMEAL - reacts to draft registration ruling.] [Legal scholar Bruce FEIN - interprets general decisions.] Question of retiring Justice Potter Stewart's replacement discussed.
REPORTER: Tim O'Brien, Artist: Freda Reiter

Donaldson, Sam;
O'Brien,, Tim

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