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letters | court to weigh abortion clinic law

With lives at stake, what’s a bullhorn?

RE “JUSTICES will examine state’s clinic buffer law” (Page A1, June 24):

I would suggest to the misguided proponents of the 35-foot buffer zone that the unborn baby would welcome “a bullhorn right up to someone’s face” if it will save his or her life, since we who are arguing about this issue are fully alive, while he or she is about to have theirs terminated. Moreover, I believe state Representative Carl Sciortino needs to reassess, from the point of view of unborn babies, his contention that the 35-foot buffer “has worked.”

Mark A. Thomas

Boston

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