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Students speak out at abortion debate

Hannah Thomas and Anushka Patil

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On Tuesday, March 19, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the lecture hall, a debate was held about the subject of abortions, if abortions are acceptable or if unacceptable. The speakers were Allison Wakefield, Conor Bellone, and Tassy Cimini, as well as some other people listening to the debate.

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My name is Anushka and I attend Westford Academy as a freshman. I take the journalism course at WA because I am interested in improving my abilities in...

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