Rather than battle Republicans over a proposal they stressed would help protect reproductive rights, Senate Democrats on Wednesday spiked the legislation — a move that drew applause from some religious groups packed into the chamber's gallery who strongly opposed it.
Marianne Anderson worked as a nurse at Planned Parenthood for 2 years. After seeing the dysfunction inside the industry, she reached out to local prolifers who had been praying for her. She also reached out to our ministry! I would love for you to read her story and spread it with your friends. People desperately need to know the truth behind the veil of "safe and legal abortion."
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