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Some hospitals violate emergency contraception law, survey says

By David Abel
Globe Staff / December 14, 2006

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Some Massachusetts facilities violate the year-old state law requiring hospitals to offer emergency contraception to rape victims by imposing "serious restrictions" on the treatment, according to a survey by NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts . (Full article: 371 words)

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