PINELLAS PARK, FLA. -- Doctors removed Terri Schiavo's feeding tube yesterday despite an extraordinary last-minute push by Republicans in Washington to use the subpoena powers of Congress to keep the severely brain-damaged woman alive, a source close to the case said. It is expected that it will take one to two weeks for Schiavo to die, provided no one intercedes and gets the tube reinserted. The source had been briefed on the situation but spoke on condition of anonymity.
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