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October 22, 1985

The Senate avoided a skirmish over federal funding for abortion by removing money for family planning from a huge $105-billion bill for federal labor, health and education programs. In an agreement reached with Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), a leading opponent of abortion, money for federal family planning services was deleted from the fiscal 1986 appropriations bill, which includes $221 million for AIDS research.

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