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The wind shifts on abortion: A Republican governor leads the way


The wind shifts on abortion: A Republican governor leads the way
Salon

In his statements defending the decision, Rauner emphasized his long-standing support for abortion rights, saying he believes "that no woman should be forced to make a different decision than another woman would make purely based on her income."

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