Democrats Take Broader Stance on Abortion The Democratic Party is embracing two anti-abortion candidates for the Senate in 2006 in an effort to broaden the party's appeal to voters. Party leaders say Democrats remain committed to a fundamental pro-choice platform. But the move has disappointed many longtime allies.
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Democrats Take Broader Stance on Abortion

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Democrats Take Broader Stance on Abortion

Democrats Take Broader Stance on Abortion

Democrats Take Broader Stance on Abortion

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The Democratic Party is embracing two anti-abortion candidates for the Senate in 2006 in an effort to broaden the party's appeal to voters. Party leaders say Democrats remain committed to a fundamental pro-choice platform. But the move has disappointed many longtime allies.