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Governor Mitt Romney spoke yesterday at the West Newton Armory to a Massachusetts National Guard unit on its way to Kosovo.

Poll shows hurdles for Romney

Conservative stances hurting him in Mass.

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / August 21, 2005

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Governor Mitt Romney's conservative stance on social issues is causing political trouble for him in Massachusetts, where a 60 percent majority of adults surveyed in a Boston Globe poll say they oppose his veto of an emergency contraception bill and 39 percent say they are less likely to vote for him because of his opposition to abortion. (Full article: 1546 words)

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