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California, Colorado and Louisiana voters will vote on abortion measures, while Nevada and Washington voters will face ballot questions that affect marriage and the family.
By Mary Rose Short, EWTN News, 7/29/20
Register correspondent Mary Rose Short writes from California.
Although Donald Trump and Joe Biden — and now rapper-turned-evangelist Kanye West — headline the election news with their respective presidential campaigns, state and local candidates and measures will fill most of voters’ ballots in November.
California, Colorado and Louisiana voters will all face measures that deal with the deliberate destruction of human beings in their first weeks and months of life.
Colorado and Louisiana have the opportunity to restrict abortion, while California will decide whether or not to further fund embryo-killing stem-cell research.
California’s Proposition 14 will seek $5.5 billion for the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), to fund grants for stem-cell research, including research involving destruction of human embryos. …