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Calif. Man Offers $1 Million to Schiavo's Husband

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Calif. Man Offers $1 Million to Schiavo's Husband

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Calif. Man Offers $1 Million to Schiavo's Husband

Calif. Man Offers $1 Million to Schiavo's Husband

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The case of Terri Schiavo, a brain-damaged Florida woman at the center of a national debate, has inspired fierce debate and national attention. NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks with Robert Herring, a California man who offered Schiavo's husband $1 million if he would transfer the legal right to decide his wife's medical decisions to her parents — an offer the husband's attorney called "disgusting."

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