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February 26, 2009


Gerald Yeung

Working for just laws and improving the conditions for choosing life are not mutually exclusive. They both promote the human dignity of mother and child. We should do both, not one or the other.

Until the just laws that we seek are enacted, the latter has the potential to save lives.

tom faranda


I'm sure Beckwith agrees with you, and says so in the full article.

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