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Abortion Pill Controversy

June 30, 1991

I found your series on RU-486 very interesting (Commentary, June 17-21). It seems finally there is an effective way to protect a woman's reproductive privacy. Yet those who would impose their moral and religious beliefs on the rest of us seem to be prevailing.

Doesn't the Constitution ensure the separation of church and state? This fact seems to have been missed by more than a few people, including our President.

The ability of a vocal minority to block the availability of this drug to the women of this country is indefensible and quite possibly unconstitutional.

MELISSA ABBOTT, Legislative Chair, Beverly Hills, Business & Professional Women

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