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Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y), a ranking member of the House Rules Committee, said the move was a disingenuous attempt to
While it's entirely possible that Rubio has no idea who Franks is, Franks has served in Congress for a decade, and the two
“The instance of pregnancy resulting from rape is very low," Franks said, noting that he would be voting against the amendment
During a House Judiciary hearing on his abortion bill Wednesday, Rep. Trent Franks said that he opposes an exemption for rape victims because "the incidence of rape resulting in pregancy are very low." Jen Bendery and John Celock join Ahmed to discuss.
Franks later sought to clarify his remarks. The Arizona Republican's comments echo those made last year by former Rep. Todd
Regarding the exception for the health of the woman, Franks said he opposed the amendment because it could easily be "extrapolated