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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 27, 2005
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(Studio: David Gregory) The finals stages in the life of Terri Schiavo noted.

(Pinellas Park, Florida: Mark Potter) The Easter vigil in Florida for Schiavo as the legal & medical battles run down featured; scenes shown from outside her hospice, where the protesters remain & confronted the police, who made arrests. [Operation Rescue Randall TERRY - says she is fighting for her life.] [Terri's brother Bobby SCHINDLER - asks the protesters not to get arrested.]

(Studio: David Gregory) Report introduced.

(New York: Carl Quintanilla) The fierce debate over the right to live or die as raised by the Schiavo case this Easter examined; scenes shown of Easter services around the nation, including New York City's St. Patrick's Cathedral & Red Lake, Minnesota, where parishioners mourned the school shooting. [In the pulpit, Archbishop of New York Cardinal Edward EGAN†- says human life is precious at the end of life.] [On "Meet the Press," Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN; on "Face the Nation," Representative Debbie Wasserman SCHULTZ†- comment on the role of Congress in personal family tragedies.] [Representative Barney FRANK - questions Representative Tom DeLay's position.]

Gregory, David;
Potter, Mark;
Quintanilla, Carl

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