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Marsha Blackburn's abortion work admirable: Letters to the editor, Oct. 15


Marsha Blackburn's abortion work admirable: Letters to the editor, Oct. 15
The Tennessean

I want to express my support for Marsha Blackburn. Her work with the House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives was admirable, if only for the fact that it drew attention to the heinous practice of abortion, which is the taking of an innocent life.

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