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Romney officials approved clinic loan

Worcester facility to provide abortions

An artist's rendering of a room in the Planned Parenthood clinic to be constructed in Worcester. A $5m tax-exempt bond was approved for the facility by a Romney administration agency. An artist's rendering of a room in the Planned Parenthood clinic to be constructed in Worcester. A $5m tax-exempt bond was approved for the facility by a Romney administration agency.
By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / December 29, 2007

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Former governor Mitt Romney's economic development agency granted initial approval to a tax-exempt bond last year for a Planned Parenthood clinic in Worcester that will provide abortions, just two months before he left office and began highlighting his antiabortion position as a presidential candidate. (Full article: 836 words)

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