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Challenges for a (Somewhat) Pro-Life Congress

Richard Doerflinger

The November 2002 elections were notable for at least two reasons. First, they improved the position of the party holding the White House in both chambers of Congressan almost unheard-of event in an off-year Congressional election. Republicans slightly increased their majority in the House of Representatives and regained control of the Senate by the narrowest of margins.

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