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Action urged on morning-after pill

Finneran pressed to permit debate

By Elise Castelli
Globe Correspondent / July 1, 2004

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Abortion rights supporters urged House Speaker Thomas M. Finneran yesterday to allow debate on legislation to make the morning-after contraceptive pill more easily available, over fierce objections from Catholic Church leaders who say that the bill would force Catholic hospitals to violate the church's teachings on abortion. (Full Article: 640 Words)

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