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Republicans Adopt Most Pro-Life Platform Ever Condemning Abortion and Planned Parenthood


Republicans Adopt Most Pro-Life Platform Ever Condemning Abortion and Planned Parenthood
LifeNews.com

The new GOP platform also would condemn the U.S. Supreme Courtâs recent decision to overturn a Texas law that required abortion clinics to meet basic health and safety standards, according to the report. It also calls for new Supreme Court judges who will reverse the decision and uphold the right to life for unborn babies, the report states.These would be additions to the current Republican Party platform, which supports a human life amendment to the Constitution, recognizing unborn babies as human beings with equal rights under the Fourteenth Amendment. It also opposes taxpayer funding for abortions and groups that do abortions. Read the current pro-life platform here.Susan B. Anthony List president Marjorie Dannenfelser responded to the news in an email to LifeNews.com saying:âThe Republican platform has always been strong when it comes to protecting unborn children, their mothers, and the conscience rights of pro-life Americans.

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