Massachusetts Catholics, pro-lifers react to Senate election
Catholic World News - January 21, 2010
Pro-lifers and Catholic activists in Massachusetts (including CWN editor Phil Lawler) spoke to the National Catholic Register about the surprise election of Scott Brown to the US Senate seat. Although Brown describes himself as "pro-choice," his campaign won support from some local pro-lifers, primarily because he promised to vote against a health-care reform bill that would include subsidies for abortion.
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