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Pence dodges question on hypothetical abortion ban

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Pence dodges question on hypothetical abortion ban

Pence dodges question on hypothetical abortion ban

During Wednesday's debate, USA Today journalist Susan Page asked Vice President Mike Pence: "If Roe v.

Wade is overturned, would you want your home state to ban all abortions?" Pence did not directly answer the question.


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