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CBN's Robertson Says Alabama Abortion Ban Goes 'Too Far'

Newsmax Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson said Wednesday that Alabama's proposed abortion ban is an "extreme law," predicting "this one'll lose" if argued before the Supreme Court.
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