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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Margaret Sitte
Lawmakers in North Dakota — where abortion laws are already among the most restrictive in the nation — are now considering a personhood bill that would outright ban the procedure.
Proponents are hoping to win at the ballot box and — as North Dakota state Sen. Margaret Sitte said — become "a direct challenge" to Roe v. Wade.
Sen. Margaret Sitte, who supports the bill, says in the CBS report she was "floored" by accusations that in vitro procedures would be banned.