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Fla. High Court Weighs Terri Schiavo Case

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Terri Schiavo and her mother, Mary Schindler.

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The Florida Supreme Court hears a challenge to "Terri's Law," passed last fall to allow Gov. Jeb Bush to authorize a feeding tube for a brain-damaged Tampa woman. Florida passed the law after courts ruled Terri Schiavo's husband had the right to remove the tube over her parents' objections. Hear NPR's Debbie Elliott.

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