This program is 29 minutes long
(Supreme Court: Terry Moran) The Supreme Court battle over free speech in the case of anti-gay protests at military funerals examined; scenes shown of Westboro Baptist Church picketers at the Kansas funeral of Marine Matthew Snyder and a carload of singing protesters today; details given about the church's views. [Church pastor Fred PHELPS, father Albert SNYDER- comment.] The views of Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the case quoted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the church members previewed.
(Konotar, Hungary: Alex Marquardt) The impact of the river of toxic sludge from a metals factory on the small town of Konotar, Hungary, featured; scenes shown of people digging out the red sludge and the earlier flood of sludge. [Environmentalist Gergely SIMON- says it burns the skin.] [Hungarian parliament Benedek JAVOR- worries about it damaging the Danube.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The rule changes for campaign spending that make it hard to find out who the groups are that are spending on the ads examined; scenes shown from an ads aimed against Representative John Spratt from the American Future Fund and Citizens for a Working America and about American Crossroads. [SPRATT - says the money comes from unidentified groups.] [President OBAMA - speaks against these groups.] [Campaign Media Analysis Group founder/president Evan TRACEY- says the rule book has changed.] [Republican consultant Norm CUMMINGS- says he just spends the money.] [American Crossroads CEO Steven LAW - says we don't disclose donors.]
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The pastor and the tiny Westboro Baptist Church that is behind the anti-gay protests at military funerals whose case is before the Supreme Court featured; scenes shown from the documentary "Fall from Grace" about Fred Phelps and of the picketing protests. ["Fall from Grace" filmmaker K. Ryan JONES- says it is a self-funded organization.]
(New York: British Chang) A new British study raising questions about drinking alcohol during pregnancy examined; details given about the specifics of the study on children of abstainers, light or heavy drinkers with diagrams shown.
(Macon, Georgia: Steve Osunami) The jobs program for unemployed workers in the state of Georgia featured; details given about how Georgia Works works to create jobs. [Georgia Works participant Renee TURNER- says she will have a permanent job.] [Georgia department of labor commissioner Michael THURMOND- says you create your own job.] [James Madison Inn spa manager Rhonda SMITH- talks about her business.]