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Supporters of the emergency contraception bill lined steps outside Governor Romney’s State House office yesterday, after news of the veto. The governor was inside, speaking to reporters.

Romney vetoes law on pill, takes aim at Roe v. Wade

Opinion article reflects a shift from '02 view

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / July 26, 2005

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Three years after expressing support for ''the substance" of Roe v. Wade, Governor Mitt Romney today criticizes the landmark ruling that legalized abortion and says the states should decide separately whether to allow it. (Full article: 1112 words)

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