Supreme Court Declines to Intervene in Schiavo Case The Supreme Court refuses to reinstate a Florida law that was passed in order to keep a severely brain damaged woman, Terri Schiavo, connected to a feeding tube. The law was unanimously overturned by the state's high court last year.
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Supreme Court Declines to Intervene in Schiavo Case

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Supreme Court Declines to Intervene in Schiavo Case

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Supreme Court Declines to Intervene in Schiavo Case

Supreme Court Declines to Intervene in Schiavo Case

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The Supreme Court refuses to reinstate a Florida law that was passed in order to keep a severely brain damaged woman, Terri Schiavo, connected to a feeding tube. The law was unanimously overturned by the state's high court last year.