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Carla Howell on Abortion


Stop shouting; no one is listening on either side

Do you believe that the labels “pro-life” and “pro-chioce” accurately represent your beliefs? Many Americans don’t. Neither side listens. To each other. Or the rest of America. I don’t like the shouting that has been going on for 30 years.

The shouting is not changing minds. Carla Howell encourages everyone in the abortion debate to support easy adoption, to stop shouting, to start listening, and bring love to this issue. Carla Howell will vote to Separate Abortion and State for the same reasons that Americans Separate Church and State. Carla Howell wants to get the government’s hands off abortion. Neither encourage nor discourage. Neither subsidize nor penalize. Neither condemn nor condone.

As a woman who has gone through 6 years of infertility treatment, Carla Howell knows the heartbreak of pregnancies wanted, but unfulfilled. Carla Howell proposes to immediately

Source: SenateMatch questionnaire interview Sep 5, 2000

Neither subsidize nor penalize; neither condemn nor condone

Carla Howell will vote to Separate Abortion and State for the same reasons that Americans Separate Church and State. Carla Howell wants to get the government’s hands off abortion. Neither encourage nor discourage. Neither subsidize nor penalize. Neither condemn nor condone.

As a woman who has gone through 6 years of infertility treatment, Carla Howell knows the heartbreak of pregnancies wanted, but unfulfilled. Carla Howell proposes to immediately

Source: SenateMatch questionnaire interview Sep 5, 2000

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