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It is now incumbent for pro-life fighters to become experts in their state election laws and constitutions and their political party’s workings. They must identify influential allies and like-minded life advocates.

(LifeSiteNews) – If the U.S. Supreme Court bumps America’s abortion law-making back to the states, as it should, the conventional wisdom holds that the pro-life side wins.

But think again. The fight for the life of unborn babies doesn’t end with the possible demise of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that declared abortion to be a right. Instead, a critically new stage begins.

Instead of fighting it out before the high court, the struggle would balloon to as many as 50 battlefields in each and every state. That’s not all: in each state there are three branches of government — the executive, legislative and judicial –– where the pro-life agenda can be strangled. …

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