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CONSERVATIVES' FOCUS

Outcome likely to reverberate as Congress returns

By Joseph Williams and Nina Easton
Globe Staff / April 1, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Right-to-live conservatives, frustrated by court rulings in the Terri Schiavo case, have vowed to force two issues to the top of the congressional agenda when members return from recess next week: new laws restricting when spouses or relatives can end life-sustaining care for an incapacitated person, and new Senate rules barring filibusters that Democrats have used to stall ... (Full article: 647 words)

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