Gabriel Gomez on Abortion
The debate ended with a robust exchange about abortion. "I'm Catholic and I'm personally prolife," Gomez said, noting though that he would not change any laws on the issue. "I couldn't be more clear: I'm not changing any law on abortion," he said to reporters after the debate.
During the forum, Markey noted that Planned Parenthood has endorsed him a
Markey described himself as pro-choice: "I think the decision should be between the woman and her physician. That's it. The woman makes the decision, not some law that's imposed by politicians," he said.
Gomez also said he could vote for a Supreme Court nominee who is opposed to abortion. "If the judge comes in front of me and they follow the constitution and they're ethical and they're pro-choice and they've done a good job. I'll vote for them. If they're pro-life, I'll vote for them," he said. "There should be no litmus test."
Markey said there should be a litmus test when it comes to abortion.
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