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Private hospitals exempt on pill law

State accepts objections to morning-after drug

By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / December 7, 2005

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The state Department of Public Health has determined that Catholic and other privately-run hospitals in Massachusetts can opt out of giving the morning-after pill to rape victims because of religious or moral objections, despite a new law that requires all hospitals who treat such victims to provide them with emergency contraception. (Full article: 1082 words)

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