Understanding Why Pro-Lifers Were So Successful at the State Level in 2011

June 2011
National Right to Life News;Jun/Jul2011, Vol. 38 Issue 6/7, p1
An interview with National Right to Life, Department of State Legislation director Mary Spaulding Bach is presented. The very productive 2011 legislative sessions, she states, reflect the pro-life attitude of the majority of Americans. She cites the number of people voting for pro-life candidates and the number of elected officials in the U.S. Congress that contribute to the passing of pro-life state legislatures.


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