Vivian Dudro

Spokesperson for the Yes on Prop 4 campaign

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Spokesperson for the Yes on Prop 4 campaign

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Parental notification for abortion has been defeated in two prior elections, but a poll by the  Public Policy Institute  shows likely voters closely divided this time around: 46% say…

As the Election Nears: Proposition 4

Parental notification for abortion has been defeated in two prior elections, but a poll by the Public Policy Institute shows likely voters closely divided this time around: 46% say…

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