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Re: Roe@32

Just about the last thing I did while in D.C. Saturday was pass the Supreme Court in the early afternoon, where a small anti-abortion protest was going on. I was pleasantly surprised by the reaction to it. I was there only a few moments but couples and families passed by in a semi-regular traffic flow and almost every one, while they stood there or as they walked away, sounded to be having the beginnings of a good conversation on the debate.

The March for Life is an important event. So that people never forget that Roe doesn’t have to be the law of the land. So that people ask questions. I firmly believe the more questions asked, the less likely abortion will be legal in 32 years (much less than that, actually).

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