Carol Tobias

National Right to Life Committee

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President of the National Right to Life Committee, a pro-life national federation of 50 state affiliates and more than 3,000 local chapters

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Republican Congressman Todd Akin has defied party leaders, including  Mitt Romney , by insisting on staying in the  race for the US Senate  despite the furor over  his comment on the…

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