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Duggan Regan letter: Falk's record is anti-family

I have watched Andrew Falk debate in a public forums, and for reasons unknown he evades the abortion question. His anti-family voting record is also on the Minnesota House of Representatives website. Here are the answers to the questions he evade...

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I have watched Andrew Falk debate in a public forums, and for reasons unknown he evades the abortion question. His anti-family voting record is also on the Minnesota House of Representatives website.

Here are the answers to the questions he evaded about his stance on abortion, and other family related votes.

He voted against prohibiting abortion after 20 weeks (2011 House Journal, p. 4720.) He voted against stopping taxpayer funding of abortion (2011 House Journal, p. 4712.) He voted against banning state funding for human cloning (2011 House Journal, p. 1624.)

He voted against equal parenting time for divorced parents (2012 House Journal, p. 8471.) He voted against opposition to expanding state regulation of private preschool and day care programs (2011 House Journal, p. 1638.)

He voted against regulation of abortion clinics (2012 House Journal, p. 8594.) He voted against requiring a physician to be present when prescribing abortion-inducing drugs (2012 House Journal, p. 9079.)

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Since Roe v. Wade there have been over 58 million abortions performed in this country. Minnesota has no restrictions so an abortion is legal at any time during pregnancy. It is saddening that so many lives are snuffed out before even getting the chance to be born.

In my opinion the slippery slope of anything goes began with Roe v. Wade.

Duggan Regan

DeGraff

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