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Act Two

What happens if Roe is overturned?

By Drake Bennett
Globe Staff / November 14, 2004

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ABORTION DIDN'T GET much airtime in the 2004 presidential campaign, but after the votes were counted it didn't take long for the issue to bubble to the surface. The day after the election, Senator Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) called down the wrath of the freshly emboldened right wing of his party, and endangered his ascension to the chairmanship of the Judiciary ... (Full article: 1414 words)

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