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Antiabortion demonstrators picket Brookline clinic opening

Neighbors decry use of graphic signs near school

Demonstrators vowed yesterday to picket Women’s Health Services in Brookline each day it is open. The opening sparked a lawsuit against the town from nearby residents and businesses. Demonstrators vowed yesterday to picket Women’s Health Services in Brookline each day it is open. The opening sparked a lawsuit against the town from nearby residents and businesses. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Brock Parker
Globe Correspondent / February 10, 2010

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When he walked his child to preschool yesterday morning, Brookline resident David Gray passed several antiabortion protesters on Harvard Street who had signs with photos of fetuses and one that said, “Thou shall not kill.’’ (Full article: 750 words)

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