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Pennsylvania Becomes Abortion Battleground

Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial candidates Republican Scott Wagner and Democratic incumbent Gov. Tom Wolf are continuing a longtime fight over a bill vetoed by the governor that would have limited legal abortions from 24 weeks to 20 weeks. Wagner has a score of 100 percent from the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, whereas Wolf is regarded as a true wolf in “women’s health” excuse-making for expanding abortion. Wagner, on the other hand, has already voted in favor of the 20-week bill and supports a ‘heartbeat bill’ while also opposing abortions for Down Syndrome diagnosis. Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial fight could end up becoming a proxy for the fight over Roe v. Wade in the Supreme Court.

Here’s more from PJ Media…

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf “must be competing for the title of the most pro-abortion governor in the U.S.,” Maria Gallagher, the legislative and political action committee director for the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, speculated in a recent op-ed for LifeNews.

“While he talks about women having control over their own ‘health care,’” Gallagher wrote, “Wolf remains one of the Keystone State’s leading apologists for Big Abortion.”

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner, on the other hand, goes into the fall general election with the endorsement of the PPLF after scoring 100 percent on the political action committee’s voting scorecard while he was a member of the state’s legislature.

“The contrast between the candidates for governor is vast and crystal-clear,” Gallagher opined.“The lives of thousands of pre-born children—and the well-being of their mothers—are at stake in this pivotal election year.”

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