Trump and Romney say Alabama abortion ruling went too far

At a time when Alabama is struggling to fund its schools, health care system, and infrastructure, we can not afford this costly and self-destructive attack on women that will ultimately be paid for with taxpayer dollars. Vice President Mike Pence, a conservative Christian and abortion opponent, avoided taking sides when he was asked about the Alabama law during an appearance in Wisconsin last week.

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