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Nightline #864360

ABC Special for Thursday, Jun 28, 2007

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  • Taped segment with Jan Crawford Greenburg (ABC), former bused student Taffey Jones, civil rights activist Mattie Jones, plaintiff Crystal Meredith, former bused student Grace Bell, and unidentified others re: issues related to today’s US Supreme Court decision regarding the use of racial quotas as a factor in Louisville, Kentucky’s school assignment plan.
  • Taped segment with John Berman (ABC), author Steve Ettlinger, and unidentified others re: Ettlinger’s research into the Hostess Twinkie dessert snack.
  • Taped segment with Neal Karlinsky (ABC), retired federal biologist Ed Bailey‡, resident Jean Keene‡, and photographer Greg Baer re: the abundance of bald eagles in Homer, Alaska.
  • Reporter(s):
    Crawford Greenburg, Jan;
    Berman, John;
    Karlinsky, Neal

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