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Social conservatives see advance of right-to-life effort

By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / March 22, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Terri Schiavo's story began to seep into the nation's conscience in 2000 when prayer vigils, TV crews, and a priest promising to conduct a healing greeted a judge's decision to allow her husband to remove her feeding tube. (Full article: 779 words)

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