Dino Rossi on Abortion
In 2000 Rossi and nine other senators proposed adding unborn children to the definition of a person in the state constitution. That would mean that fetuses couldn't be "deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process," as stated in that document. The bill died in committee.
Armed with just a fraction of Manchin's campaign cash, Weeks sought to tar the governor with the scandal stemming from West Virginia University's decision to award one of his daughter's a master's degree she had not earned. A Catholic like Manchin, Weeks had also focused on the abortion issue but saw West Virginians for Life endorse Manchin.
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