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Kamala Harris Suggests Abortion Bans to Blame for Maternal Mortality Rates

  Vice President Kamala Harris repeated a common pro-abortion talking point that laws against killing preborn babies are to blame for high maternal mortality rates. “The top ten states with the highest rates of maternal mortality all have abortion bans,” Harris said recently...
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  Pope Francis recently made the news for his call for a global ban on “surrogate motherhood,” or the process of women selling their womb and carrying a baby for someone else. During a Jan. 8 speech to ambassadors, Pope Francis said, “The path to peace calls for respect for...
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