House of Representatives passes pro-life measures
House Republicans passed two pro-life measures on Wednesday, including a resolution condemning attacks on pro-life facilities and a bill that would punish doctors who refuse to care for infants born alive after abortion attempts.
How have Democrats responded? While Democrats have criticized the resolution as one-sided, FBI director Christopher Wray has said 70 percent of the bureau’s abortion-related cases since the summer dealt with attacks on pro-life facilities. The bill is unlikely to succeed in the Democratic-controlled Senate.
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