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Voice for Life, an anti-abortion student organization, has won official recognition from the Student Government Association at Johns Hopkins University, reversing an earlier decision that was criticized as punishing the group for its views, The Baltimore Sun reported. The group's planned activities are designed to discourage Hopkins women from having abortions, and to convince those training to become doctors not to perform abortions.