Tom Minnery

Vice President of Public Policy, Focus on the Family

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Vice President of Public Policy at Focus on the Family

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Since  Roe v. Wade  was decided 35 years ago, a woman's right to choose an abortion has been Issue Number One in the so-called "culture wars." But it's still the law.

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Since Roe v. Wade was decided 35 years ago, a woman's right to choose an abortion has been Issue Number One in the so-called "culture wars." But it's still the law.

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