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Wednesday, March 10, 2004

A reasonably thorough update on the Justice Dept.'s effort to get medical records from late-term abortionists.

It's reasonably thorough because as opposed to a number of other articles I've seen on the subject, it clarifies that the Justice Department has only made a small strategic retreat as opposed to throwing in the towel.

Question for my readers: Is it an invasion of your medical privacy to have your records turned over to the feds, as long as your name and any other identifying information is removed?

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