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Anti-abortion radio spot to hit FL airwaves

From a Knights of Columbus press release:

"A 30 second radio spot encouraging people to "vote pro-life" in the November elections is running on radio stations throughout the state - from Jacksonville to Miami - and around the United States.  The ad will be aired for several weeks.

"The ad features the sound of an unborn baby's heartbeat at 10 weeks, and the voice of a woman saying, "Listening to this makes me wonder - why would anyone question that her life has begun?"  It concludes with the words, "Vote your heart. Vote Pro Life."


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