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Can one of the last anti-abortion Democrats in Congress survive angering both sides?

WASHINGTON – With the hours ticking down to a final vote on a landmark health care overhaul in March 2010, Joe Donnelly huddled with a small group of fellow anti-abortion Democrats in a nondescript, m... read more

Anti-abortion past haunts Kansas Democratic governor hopeful

Former state Agriculture Secretary Joshua Svaty argues that Democrats can ... influential anti-abortion group Kansans for Life. “He’s got tire marks on the back of his head.” Svaty brushes off the cri... read more

Democratic Pro-Lifers Vow to Fight Party’s Pro-Abortion Edict

“A lot of people in the Democratic Party have a problem with abortion.” Schneck, a Catholic pro-life Democrat, said Hillary Clinton’s rush in the last ... both sides of the aisle to keep its agenda mo... read more

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Abortion likely to shape battle for court; Both sides of issue are readying for fight in Senate; ANALYSIS

WASHINGTON - Democrats have a very limited ability to block President ... "I always look for judges who respect precedent." Outside groups on both sides were less reticent. "A woman's constitutional r... read more

Presenting your 2018 Senate depth chart

You can think of 2018 as the Senate ... is also very much a possibility. What the Democrats do have going for them, however, is one of the ugliest phases of the long-running Republican civil war. With ... read more

Democrat Conor Lamb Clings to Narrow Lead in Deep-Red Pennsylvania District (Update: Lamb Still on Track to Win)

Democrats didn’t even both running a challenger in 2014 or 2016. (The loudly anti-abortion Murphy resigned last fall after ... Like that race, this one included heavy spending and a number of big-name ... read more

Bipartisan 'No Labels' group aims to protect moderates in primary fights

primary victory last week. No Labels is planning ... No Labels says its fight to save moderates in both parties is vital to combatting Washington gridlock. “Most people in Congress don’t care what mos... read more

Abortion foes cheer series of advances, opponents protest

Similar laws are in effect in at least a dozen other states, and Trump has promised to sign a federal 20-week ban if it can survive a potentially difficult path through Congress ... anti-abortion acti... read more

In Tight Midterms Facing Low Turnout, Colorado's Senate Race Could Decide Who Controls Congress

Meanwhile, Colorado voters have been bombarded by political ads from both sides as outside ... easily fit into any one category. It has become sort of a purple state, because our state is divided almo... read more

Mich. lawmakers weigh passing, ignoring abortion bill

with both sides immediately pressuring lawmakers to either pass it or leave it to voters. People who oppose abortion and were born as a result of rape visited the Capitol to tell their stories, saying ... read more

Analysis: Dems meet Supreme Court pick with mixed message

Democrats hope to model their opposition on their successful effort fending off a repeal of the Affordable Care Act last year, despite a Republican majority in Congress ... of the anti-abortion group ... read more

CNN Washington AM Note

"President Sang has received the invitation from President Obama for a visit before the end of July and both sides are preparing for the ... is set to vote on a controversial anti-abortion bill on Thu... read more

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