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Democrats Refuse To Protect Babies From Late-Term Abortions

[guest post by Dana] Senate Democrats blocked a bill that would would have protected babies from being aborted after 20 weeks. This in spite of the fact that two-thirds of Americans support a 20-week abortion ban. Rather than protect the most vulnerable among us, Democrats gave a thumbs-up to the violent dismemberment of a viable […]
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