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Ryan Rettig, right, walks with fellow 16-year-old Robert Wanek, both of Breckenridge, into the H1N1 flu vaccination clinic for pregnant women held Monday at Atonement Lutheran Church in south Fargo. (Michael Vosburg/The Forum)

Activists asked to leave Fargo flu vaccination clinic

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FARGO -- Two teenage political activists were asked to leave an H1N1 vaccination clinic Monday in Fargo after handing out literature to the pregnant women waiting in line.

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Fargo Cass Public Health sponsored the clinic Monday afternoon for only pregnant women, a priority group for the H1N1, or swine flu, vaccine. Officials gave out 140 of about 1,000 available doses.

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