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Republicans Focus On Late Term Abortion To Bring New Energy To Conservative Base

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According to a report by Politico, Republicans have increased their focus on late term abortions, bringing new energy to the issue for their conservative base, and forcing Democrats to respond to accusations of infanticide. Representative Steve Scalise, a Republican from Louisiana, accused democrats of 'taking a barbaric position,' saying “It's a radical far-left shift they’ve taken and, frankly, most Americans are sickened by that.

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