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DeLay apologizes for blaming federal judges in Schiavo case

But House leader calls for probe of 'judicial activism'

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / April 14, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- House majority leader Tom DeLay apologized yesterday for saying federal judges are ''responsible" for the death of Terri Schiavo. But he added that he has asked the House Judiciary Committee to investigate the judges who declined to order that a life-sustaining feeding tube be reinserted for the brain-damaged Florida woman, as part of a broader review of ''judicial ... (Full article: 641 words)

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