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May 18, 1990 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On cold days, the heat is allowed to rise above 60 degrees in mental hospitals and orphanages, places that six months ago were frigid chambers of horror. Health officials have ordered an end to the crude ritual of injecting newborns with adult blood, a formerly common practice that spread the deadly AIDS virus to hundreds of infants.
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July 5, 1990
By a vote of 224 to 198, the House limited the way $1.5 million for family planning in Romania can be handled. The vote was a victory for anti-abortion forces. It occurred as the House sent a $15.6-billion fiscal 1991 foreign aid bill (HR 5114) to the Senate. The amendment kept the $1.5 million from being administered by either the Planned Parenthood Federation or the U.N. Fund for Population Activities. Critics say those groups advocate abortion among other population control options.
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NEWS
July 5, 1990
By a vote of 224 to 198, the House limited the way $1.5 million for family planning in Romania can be handled. The vote was a victory for anti-abortion forces. It occurred as the House sent a $15.6-billion fiscal 1991 foreign aid bill (HR 5114) to the Senate. The amendment kept the $1.5 million from being administered by either the Planned Parenthood Federation or the U.N. Fund for Population Activities. Critics say those groups advocate abortion among other population control options.
NEWS
May 18, 1990 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On cold days, the heat is allowed to rise above 60 degrees in mental hospitals and orphanages, places that six months ago were frigid chambers of horror. Health officials have ordered an end to the crude ritual of injecting newborns with adult blood, a formerly common practice that spread the deadly AIDS virus to hundreds of infants.
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