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Hour A, Segment 4
Pro-life legislation meets stiff resistance in Virginia
The 'Personhood' strategy
Memorial unveiled for slaves who helped build the U.S. Capitol
Paul Butler is a general-assignment reporter for The World and Everything in It. Some audio in this segment was provided courtesy of NBC-12 in Richmond, Va.
Learn more about Personhood USA.
See the new Slave Labor Commemorative Marker (PDF) at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. In 2005, the Capitol's architectural historian produced a report titled "History of Slave Laborers in the Construction of the United States Capitol" (PDF).