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May 14, 2021

Choice to terminate

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What sort of society do we live in if, by government decree, mothers (or others) can terminate human life? The Labor Party proposes to legislate to allow this.

I believe every embryo or fetus is a human being. To arbitrarily terminate a life is to commit murder.

I hope that every Labor voter keeps that in mind. Human life is sacred.

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