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Woman fired for opposing union support of abortion


Woman fired for opposing union support of abortion
WND.com

The veteran flight attendant alleges she was fired by Southwest after opposing her union’s funding of a trip by officials to attend last winter’s pro-abortion Women’s March in Washington.According to the Free Beacon, Carter alleges her empl

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