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Supreme Court / Race Discrimination Case / Firefighters #937106

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 21, 2009
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(New Haven, Connecticut: Jan Crawford Greenburg) The race discrimination case before the Supreme Court involving the promotion of firefighters in New Haven, Connecticut, examined; details given about the city's handling of the test scores by black, white & one Hispanic firefighter. [Firefighter Lt. Matt MARCARELLI†- says he got screwed out of a captain's badge.] [in court, voice of Judge Sonia SOTOMAYOR - comments on the case.] [Judicial Confirmation Network counsel Wendy LONG†- comments on Sotomayor's opinion.] [Firefighter Ben VARGAS†- comments on rights.]

Muir, David;
Greenburg, Jan Crawford

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