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Abortion-Rights Groups Worry of Post-Election Backlash

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Abortion-Rights Groups Worry of Post-Election Backlash

Abortion-Rights Groups Worry of Post-Election Backlash

Abortion-Rights Groups Worry of Post-Election Backlash

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Candidates who want to make abortion illegal scored a series of victories in last week's elections. Now many abortion-rights groups are worry about a potential backlash. Despite the recent debate over moral values, exit polls show that few voters have changed their opinion on reproductive rights. Hear NPR's Julie Rovner.

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