Thursday, September 19, 1996

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  • Late Term Abortions.

    The house will try once again to have them banned by overriding President Clinton’s veto today. But rather than talk to the politicians we thought we’d spend today talking to women themselves confronting the agonizing decision over whether to have a late term abortion. We’re joined by three women:

  • Promise Keepers

    First it was the moral majority headed by Jerry Falwell, then the Christian Coalition with Pat Robertson , now its the Promise Keepers and their packing stadiums around the country. Tomorrow night, tens of thousands of them will be at Shea Stadium in New York as they’ve packed stadiums and coliseums around the country. Today we take a look at this third wave of the religious right with Al Ross, head of Sterling Research Associates and former head of the Research Institute at Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

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