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Fred Hubbell on Abortion

 

 


Work to reverse IA's abortion ban

Abortion: Mostly ban or mostly legal?

Hubbell: Legal. Will work to reverse IA's abortion ban, one of the strictest in the country.

Reynolds: Ban. Signed "Heartbeat Bill," banning abortion if fetal heartbeat detected.

Healthcare: Let Planned Parenthood receive public funds for non-abortion health services?

Hubbell: Yes. Also former chair of Planned Parenthood of Mid-Iowa.

Reynolds: No. Support defunding Planned Parenthood.

Source: 2018 CampusElect.org Issue Guide on Iowa Governor race , Nov 1, 2018

AdWatch: commitment to Planned Parenthood

The first TV commercial promoting Fred Hubbell for governor begins running today. Opening campaign commercials are often biographical. Notably, Hubbell chose to introduce himself to Iowa television viewers by emphasizing his commitment to Planned Parenthood rather than his extensive business career. It's the latest sign that his early internal polling showed a strongly positive response when Democrats learned about Hubbell's support for a leading women's health care provider.
Source: BleedingHeartland.com AdWatch on 2018 Iowa Senate race , Oct 20, 2017

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