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Here's where Clinton stands on women's health issues like abortion

On Tuesday, November 8, Americans will have the chance to go to the polls and elect the next president of the US. Women's health is usually a particularly divisive issue between Democrats and Republicans, but presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump actually agree on a few issues. There are others that they split on completely, however. Here's where Clinton stands on key issues, based on positions outlined on her campaign website and public statements.
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