American politicians have been focusing on economic rather than social issues over the past few months. For the first time since May, however, the abortion-rights debate is about to hit the floor of the House. Today, the House is paying attention to H.R. 358 (the ‘Protect Life Act’). Introduced by Republican Joe Pitts, this measure …
Daily Archive: October 14, 2011
October 14, 2011
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