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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Terri Schiavo
The legal fight between a California hospital and the family of a teen who has been declared brain dead has reignited a debate about life, death and when medical technologies should be ended for a patient.
By Victoria Colliver
Social conservatives and pro-life activists are mobilizing against President-elect Barack Obama's pick Monday for the No. 3 Justice Department job, a lawyer who aided the effort to remove Terry Schiavo's feeding tube during the landmark right-to-die case four years ago.