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Topic - Keith Mason
Abortion opponents say they're still pursuing life-at-fertilization ballot initiatives in six other states even though voters in the Bible Belt state of Mississippi rejected the conservative measure.
"On Valentine's Day, most people think of chocolate or flowers as a romantic gift," said Keith Mason, founder of Personhood USA.
"They've owned the movement themselves," he said. "It's in their hearts to fight for this."