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Abortion argument continues in Richmond


Abortion argument continues in Richmond
Lynchburg News and Advance

“In our view abortion isn't healthcare because it ends lives instead of healing them. However, since abortion operates under the guise of healthcare in the commonwealth, we should ensure that it operates under the safest regulations provided,” said

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