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Compulsory 'choice'

"Compulsory 'choice'" Continued...

Issue: "30 years of destruction," Jan. 18, 2003

Meanwhile, pro-life lawmakers in Congress are fighting back. New federal legislation, the Abortion Non-Discrimination Act (ANDA), would prevent the federal government from refusing to fund individuals and institutions based on their refusal to participate in abortions. The House passed the measure last fall, 229-189. The Senate will take up ANDA this year, but even with the GOP in control of the chamber, pro-life activists say the bill faces a tough partisan fight.

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