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It may depend on the state, but I hope it does. And I'm sure Sanders does as well. Agschmid Jan 2016 #1
After the repeal of the current version of Hyde, signed by Bill Clinton, yes. Warren Stupidity Jan 2016 #2
Yes, That's The Answer... ChiciB1 Jan 2016 #3
+10,000 Why didn't Hill tell Bill to 'Cut it Out'? nt Live and Learn Jan 2016 #5
that is flat out misleading bullshit dsc Jan 2016 #8
The current version was signed by Clinton. Warren Stupidity Jan 2016 #10
No, because it won't be implemented... brooklynite Jan 2016 #4
Your posts are always a beacon of light and joy. Live and Learn Jan 2016 #6
I've been politically involved since the 1970s... brooklynite Jan 2016 #14
Your "pragmatism" is duly noted. Karma13612 Jan 2016 #16
The 1% and the status quo must be maintained Autumn Jan 2016 #18
LOL, classy as usual! nt Logical Jan 2016 #7
Your guess is as good as any ones. Few details to Sanders "plan" given out. riversedge Jan 2016 #9
Revolution will make sure we have abortions under single payer uponit7771 Jan 2016 #11
It would depend on who is president. If it's single payer, wouldn't the president have the power apples and oranges Jan 2016 #12
If that's true than couldn't a republican president ban it completely if they won a term? Agschmid Jan 2016 #17
This is hard to say since his "plan" had very few specifics and didn't detail what is covered. George II Jan 2016 #13
scary. The Republican House will shutdown the government and the United States will default on its Hiraeth Jan 2016 #15
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