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The Terri Schiavo case was a right-to-die legal case in the Uni...

wikipedia - 15 Sep 2016
The Terri Schiavo case was a right-to-die legal case in the United States from 1990 to 2005, involving Theresa Marie "Terri" Schiavo, a woman in an irreversible persistent vegetative state. Schiavo's husband and legal guardian argued that Schiavo would not have wanted prolonged artificial life support without the prospect of recovery, and elected to remove her feeding tube. Schiavo's parents argued in favor of continuing artificial nutrition and hydration and challenged Schiavo's medical diagnosis. T
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A look back: The Terri Schiavo case

CBS News - 15 Apr 2016
In 1990, 26-year-old Terri Schiavo fell into a persistent vegetative state after suffering cardiac arrest. A fierce highly public battle took place between her parents, ...
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More Myths of Terri Schiavo

Discovery Institute - 01 Feb 2018
The myths about the Terri Schiavo case are repeated so often, it can be a futile effort to keep the story straight. One such myth is that the family somehow edited ...
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Jeb Bush: No Regrets on Terri Schiavo

TIME - 17 Apr 2015
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Friday he had no regrets about fighting to keep Terri Schiavo alive, addressing the mid-2000s controversy on his second trip ...
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Jeb 'Put Me Through Hell'

Politico - 29 Jan 2015
Michael Schiavo knows as well as anyone what Jeb Bush can do with executive power. He thinks you ought to know too.
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Terri Schiavo Dies at 41

ABC News - 31 Mar 2005
Terri Schiavo, the woman at the center of a nationwide debate over right-to-die decisions, died today at a Florida hospice following the March 18 removal of the ...
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What Does It Mean to Die?

The New Yorker - 05 Feb 2018
Rachel Aviv on the case of Jahi McMath, who was declared brain-dead by the hospital, but seen as alive by her family.
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House passes Schiavo bill - Mar 21, 2005

CNN - 21 Mar 2005
Following more than three hours of passionate debate on Capitol Hill, the U.S. House early Monday passed a bill on 203 to 58 vote that transfers jurisdiction of ...
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Should Terri Schiavo Live or Die?

Aish - 28 Jun 2009
It is a denial of the Jewish ideal of the fundamental value of life that drives the forces that wish to remove Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.
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Terri Schiavo Dies in Florida Hospice

NPR - 31 Mar 2005
Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman whose 15 years connected to a feeding tube sparked an epic legal battle that went all the way to the White ...
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The Schiavo Case: Are Mass Media To Blame?

Science Daily (press release) - 08 Aug 2008
In 1990, Theresa Schiavo, an American citizen, had a cardiac arrest that caused irreversible brain damage which led to a persistent vegetative state diagnosis.
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Italy's Terri Schiavo Case

TIME - 18 Jul 2008
The questions that drove the Terri Schiavo debate were universal: life and death; man, God and science. But the battle to remove Schiavo's feeding tube after 15 ...
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Death by Ethics Committee

National Review - 27 Apr 2006
The bioethics committee at St. Luke's Hospital in Houston, Texas has decreed that Andrea Clarke should die. Indeed, after a closed-door hearing, it ordered all ...
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Schiavo Case a Study in Judicial Review

ABC News - 24 Mar 2005
In the more than seven years that the Terri Schiavo case has been winding through the Florida state and federal court systems, at least 10 judges have looked at ...
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What Terri Schiavo Still Can Teach Us

National Review Online - 31 Mar 2016
Terri Schiavo. Her name — my sister's name — is seared into the national memory as a face of the right-to-life movement, but it's now been more than a decade ...
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Newsweek - 03 Apr 2005
In the end, Terri Schiavo's bitterly divided family couldn't even agree on what she looked like as she slowly died. Late last week her loved ones visited her ...
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Schiavo Autopsy RenewsDebate on GOP Actions

New York Times - 16 Jun 2005
The autopsy of Terri Schiavo particularly the findings that she had irreversible brain damage and was blind -- left Republicans who had pushed so aggressively ...
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Short, Sad Life Of Terri Schiavo

CBS News - 31 Mar 2005
Terri Schiavo was a shy woman who treasured simple joys and married her first love. She was at the center of national drama, but her public presence was ...
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Michael Schiavo Remarries

CBS News - 22 Jan 2006
Michael Schiavo, whose brain-damaged wife was at the center of a contentious end-of-life battle that played out on a worldwide media stage, has remarried, ...
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Terri Schiavo Dies

FOXNews - 31 Mar 2005
Terri Schiavo died Thursday morning around 10 a.m. EST after her parents had plead with her husband Michael Schiavo to allow them to be at their ...
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The Power of Images to Create a Cause

New York Times - 27 Mar 2005
IF the Terri Schiavo case has served as a reminder of the country's divisions, and Florida's role as the stage on which they are often acted out, it also reminds of ...

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