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Activists Work to Reduce Rancor in Abortion Debate

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Activists Work to Reduce Rancor in Abortion Debate

Activists Work to Reduce Rancor in Abortion Debate

Activists Work to Reduce Rancor in Abortion Debate

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If there's one issue that divides more Americans than any other, it's abortion. Two activists from Massachusetts, on opposite sides of the debate, talk about how they learned to talk to the other side.

Guests:

Frances Hogan, president of Women Affirming Life

Nicki Nichols Gamble, chairs the Center for Reproductive Rights

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