Protestant and Jewish leaders back veto

May 1996
Christian Century;5/15/96, Vol. 113 Issue 17, p537
Reports on the support by Protestant and Jewish leaders on April 30, 1996 for President Bill Clinton's veto of legislation banning a late-term abortion procedure. Details of the support by the leaders; Features of the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act; Reaction by the Catholic Church to the issue.


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