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Coakley decries health care bill

Points to abortion curbs; 3 rivals call stance wrongheaded

Attorney General Martha Coakley spoke to reporters during a tour of a shelter for homeless veterans in Worcester yesterday. Attorney General Martha Coakley spoke to reporters during a tour of a shelter for homeless veterans in Worcester yesterday. (Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / November 10, 2009

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WORCESTER - Opening up a major fissure in the US Senate race, Attorney General Martha Coakley said yesterday that she opposes the landmark health care bill approved by the House Saturday because it contains a provision restricting federal funding for abortion. (Full article: 1201 words)

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