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RNC Statement On Annual March For Life

- January 21, 2016

WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement celebrating the annual March For Life in Washington, DC:

“We as a party are proud to stand with the March for Life to champion the rights of the unborn and protect the most vulnerable. The presence of so many individuals dedicated to supporting life gives us hope that we can fulfill the Founders’ vision of an unalienable right to life for all. Hillary Clinton does not share the same hope, and her support for extreme policies like late-term and taxpayer funded abortions do not reflect the conscience of the American people. As the March for Life marks over 40 years of giving a voice to those who cannot stand up for themselves, we hope this year’s gathering will move America closer to fully embracing a culture of life and dignity.” 


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