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Biden says he would support Congress in enshrining abortion rights into law if necessary

The News Articles Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Biden says he would support Congress in enshrining abortion rights into law if necessaryJoe Biden would strengthen Congress enshrining abortion rights into federal regulation “will have to it turn out to be essential,” his presidential marketing campaign stated Tuesday, following a number of different Democratic applicants in promising to take that step if elected president. The new-button factor has shot to the vanguard of the Democratic number one …
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