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Rights groups for disabled join in fight

By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / March 23, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Prayers and references to a ''culture of life" have defined the public face of the emotionally-charged Save-Terri Schiavo movement dominating the airwaves this week. But a critical piece of the coalition is disability rights groups, whose ties to Democrats could produce bipartisan legislation creating a more extensive federal role in cases involving the removal of life support. (Full article: 1091 words)

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