WSJ Poll: Congress should not intervene

Monday, March 21, 2005 | 07:22 PM

WSJ Poll:  Was Congress right to intervene in the dispute over removing a Florida woman's feeding tube?

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Source: WSJ

I guess that shouldn't be surprising -- most WSJ readers are free market, limited government types.It makes sense that WSJ readers find Congressional intervention into something such as personal as a family life and death decision (like the Schiavo case) would be totally inappropriate.

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