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Now -- the intersection of health care politics.
Correspondent Shannon Bream reports on a new effort to outlaw abortion.
Using an unusual angle.
Arizona Republican Trent franks an outspoken pro life advocate is preparing to do battle again on Capitol Hill.
On Tuesday he'll oversee -- hearing and supported the prenatal nondiscrimination.
Well if you could put it in the simplest terms it was simply say that you cannot discriminate against the unborn by subjecting him to an abortion based on their race or sex.
-- is the issue of sex selection abortions is a growing problem in the US and that Americans overwhelmingly oppose the concept.
-- is not be international study 86% of those polled said abortions done solely on the basis of gender selection should be illegal.
Franks also says that African American pregnancies are the most likely to be terminated and points to the pro choice leaning Guttmacher Institute to make his point.
In its latest report on the issue Guttmacher states quote the abortion rate for black woman is almost five times that for white women.
Although there is great dispute about what is driving that number pro choice advocates say the Frank's bill will do nothing to resolve the issue.
This is a trumped up bill for trumped up problem.
Nancy Northup president of the Center for Reproductive Rights says congress should be focused instead on riding the struggling US economy.
Is a cynical.
And offensive attempt.
To the vocal racist sexist divination.
When actually it's about taking women's rights away yet frank says he's optimistic about bipartisan support for his bill.
I would hope.
That even my friends on the left.
Would be able -- say -- -- this can't be who we our.
-- -- is his bill -- it has roughly sixty co sponsors will not be easy to pass.
But says even if it fails he hopes it -- important conversations on the issue of life.
In Washington Shannon Bream Fox News the ahead of.
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