NBC Evening News for Monday, May 09, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Topeka, Kansas: Ron Allen) The hearings in Kansas debating whether the theory of intelligent design should be taught in schools as an alternative to evolution reviewed; map shown of states considering the evolution issue. [Topeka High School students Reed UNDERWOOD, Emily KABERLINE, Kansas school board member Connie MORRIS, Kansas Science Standards Committee chairman Steven CASE- offer views on creationism.] [University of Kansas Higuchi Bioscience Center Charles DECEDUE- worries about the impact on efforts to attract high-tech industries.]
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