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    “However, an even more pro-woman, pro-choice stance can perhaps be read in the lack of acquiescence to “Democrats for Life,” which once more tried to soften the party platform to let those who oppose abortion feel more welcome.” 

    …makes it difficult to feel much enthusiasm for making those types of politicians [anti-choice] feel more included in the party.

    …In Minnesota, anti-choice Republicans hold both the House and the Senate and due to the constant recruiting of anti-choice Democrats, the small party majority combined with Democrats opposed to abortion has the state nearly to a tipping point where restrictive reproductive laws could go into effect regardless of a governor’s veto.

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