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Pro-life Progress in D.C.

After a year like 2016, it might feel as if the November election only just finished and the next one is blissfully far off. One expects there to be plenty of time for Congress and the White House to make sweeping pro-life policy changes. However, the reality is that, since the entire House and one-third of the Senate will be up for election in 2018, Congress has limited time to push through major policy changes before members start worrying about their re-election prospects in earnest. After eight years of the Obama administration, there are many anti-life policies to be revoked and pro-life policies to be implemented. However, the good news is that Congress and the White House have been moving quickly on many fronts to make far-reaching changes for life.
First, there have been a number of pro-life appointments to the President

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