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Arkansas candidates asked about pro-life stance

In January 2010 Arkansas pro-lifers joined hundreds of thousands of people in Washington, D.C. for the 37th March for Life
In January 2010 Arkansas pro-lifers joined hundreds of thousands of people in Washington, D.C. for the 37th March for Life
Mary Larmoyeux

Arkansas Right to Life (the State affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee) recently mailed questionnaires to our state's candidates for the U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, and Arkansas State Government. The candidates' responses can be found in the 2010 General Election Voter's Guide.

Arkansas Right to Life's mission statement says:

" ... The legal protection of the right to life of innocent human beings is the basic issue upon which all other issues of human rights and justice depend. It is the pivotal human rights issue today, because once we abandon the basic democratic principle of equality - that ALL human beings deserve the protection of the law no matter what their size, their age or their degree of dependency - then the rights of all of us are less secure. ... "

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