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Ellen Goodman

In South Dakota, at least the pretense is finally over

By Ellen Goodman
March 10, 2006

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TWO MONTHS AGO, when all eyes were on Samuel Alito's confirmation hearings, I traveled 1,300 miles west to Sioux Falls, S.D. I went to see the state where the right to abortion had already come down to this: one clinic, one day a week, one doctor. The women in the waiting room had come from all over the state. The ... (Full article: 787 words)

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