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Frank McEnulty on Abortion

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Abortion is moral issue best decided by a woman herself

Having spoken with people who have been faced with the decision of getting an abortion or not, I realize it is probably one of the most difficult decisions most women can ever make in their lives and one rarely forgotten. My preference would be that no one would ever feel that they have to get or contemplate an abortion for any reason. However, I also believe that this is a moral issue that is best decided by a woman, her family, friends and religious beliefs.
Source: Campaign website, www.frankforpresident.org, "Issues" Jul 11, 2008

Support existing & new embryonic stem cell research

Q: Do you support federal funding for research on existing embryonic stem cell lines?

A: Yes.

Q: Do you support federal funding to create lines of stem cells from new embryos?

A: Yes.

Source: Presidential Election 2008 Political Courage Test Jun 25, 2008

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