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Squeal Law / Birth Control #84743

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 09, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Current court battle over Reagan administration `s "squeal law" requiring family planning clinics to notify parents of minors seeking birth control devices examined; today's remarks of appeals court Judge Harry T. Edwards outlined on screen. Arguments presented by family planning clinics attorney John Neals and HHS attorney Carolyn Kool outlined. [KOOL - thinks administration is reflecting intentions of Congress] [National Family Planning and Reproduction Association spokesperson Dorothy MANN - criticizes administration policy.] Guttmacher Institution study indicating importance of confidentiality to juveniles seeking birth control assistance discussed.
REPORTER: Tim O'Brien Artist: Freda Reiter

Brinkley, David;
O'Brien, Tim

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