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Abortion clouds Obama's Notre Dame visit

Students opposed to abortion rights held an all-night prayer vigil. WASHINGTON — President Obama today ventures to America's foremost Roman Catholic university, where the country's deep divisions over abortion and stem-cell research have moved to the forefront in a time of war and recession.

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