Schiavo Case in Appeals Court Three U.S. judges in Atlanta hear the case of Terri Schiavo, the Florida woman in a persistent vegetative state whose feeding tube was disconnected Friday. Schiavo's parents are seeking an emergency injunction from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Charles Edwards of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.
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Schiavo Case Moves to U.S. Appeals Court

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Schiavo Case Moves to U.S. Appeals Court

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Schiavo Case Moves to U.S. Appeals Court

Schiavo Case Moves to U.S. Appeals Court

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Three U.S. judges in Atlanta hear the case of Terri Schiavo, the Florida woman in a persistent vegetative state whose feeding tube was disconnected Friday.

Schiavo's parents disagree with her husband, her legal guardian, over the decision; they have appealed to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, seeking an emergency injunction. Charles Edwards of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.