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Abortion foe to lead on family planning

Bush taps activist to advise on policy

By Bryan Bender and Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / November 17, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush yesterday appointed a Boston-area gynecologist known for his anti abortion work and advocacy for abstinence programs in Massachusetts to oversee the federal government's family planning efforts, sparking praise from conservatives and criticism from abortion-rights activists. (Full article: 1337 words)

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