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May 7, 2013 11:05 AM

Florida women play key role in emergency birth-control case

The long and sweeping movement to broaden access to emergency contraception — which may culminate soon in girls and women of all ages having over-the-counter access — has been led, in part, by a group of Florida grassroots activists — students, mothers, daughters.

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