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Cori Drenneis, who opposed the removal of the feeding tube, protested outside the Supreme Court in Washington yesterday.
Cori Drenneis, who opposed the removal of the feeding tube, protested outside the Supreme Court in Washington yesterday. (Getty Images) Getty Images
AN EMOTIONAL DEBATE

Deep divide seen on fate of incapacitated

By Peter S. Canellos and Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / April 1, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Once again, the collision of law, politics, and a tortured family saga has jolted America into a discussion of a complex social concern -- in this case, who should decide whether to remove sustenance from an incapacitated person. (Full article: 842 words)

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