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CSPAN
Aug 12, 2017 8:00pm EDT
great president george w just said. >> [applause] jesus is. is good and host: every year on january 22 there is a large walk in washington dc. what can you tell us about her life story? clarke: suffice it to say that she completely changed her views, and she became a pro-life activist. but she went beyond that because she testified before congress more than once in supported overturning the decision. doe, as well as the mary jo both of them filed cases or tried to file cases in 2005 and 2006 to revisit the original decisions and overturn them. their motions were denied in a federal district court and federal court of appeals and the supreme court refused to hear those cases. melissa: which is not to say that the supreme court turned a deaf ear to them. the 2007 decision upholding the partial-birth abortion ban, justice kennedy fights the brief for the court in upholding the ban. they receive an audience at the core in some parts. host: do you know what caused her conversion on this issue? melissa: it is my understanding she became a born-again christian and her faith is part of the
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2016 6:30pm EST
great president george w just said. [applause] >> god is good and jesus is. host: every year on january 20 2, there is a large margin washington, d.c., and she has been a speaker for many years at that rally. what happened? mr. forsythe: suffice to say, she completely changed her visa -- her views and she became, basically, a pro-life activist. she testified before congress more than once in support of overturning the decision. she and the married to in doe in doe versuse bolton both filed to overturn the decisions. but their motions were denied and the court refused to hear those cases, refused to reopen them. ms. murray: which is not to say the supreme court has turned a deaf ear to them. justice kennedy cites sandra cano's brief in upholding the partial-birth abortion ban. they do receive an audience. host: do you happen to know any more of a norm is story and what norma mccorvey and what changed her mind on this issue? ms. murray: she became a born-again christian and her faith is what changed her mind. host: let's take a call from john. caller: thank you very much for the fairness
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2015 12:02am EST
our great said.ent george w. just good and jesus is! 22,n: every gear on january there is a very large marge in ch in washington. what can you tell us about her life story? clarke: she completely change views and became a pro-life activist, but she went beyond that because she has testified in congress in support of overturning the decision. both ofwell as doe, 2006filed cases in 2005 or to revisit the initial decisions. denied in there federal district court. they refused to hear those cases and refused to reopen them. to say thatt is not the supreme court has turned a deaf ear to them. kennedy upheld the partial-birth abortion ban. susan: do you know any more of the details of her personal story, or what caused her conversion? melissa: it is my understanding she became a born-again christian, and her faith is part of that conversion. susan: look here question from john. caller: thank you very much for the fairness in this. it wasd to bring up too, t boltonstanding that walto v. connecticut that she never wanted a abortion. her attorney tricked her by putting it in the paper. ta
CSPAN
Aug 13, 2017 11:30am EDT
great president, george w just said -- [applause] is!god is good and jesus every year on generate 22nd, there is a far large walk in washington d.c. what can you tell us about her life story? what happened? clarke: to completely change your views, and she became basically a pro-life activist. but she went beyond that because she has specified before congress more than once, i think, in support of overturning the decision. as the merryary doe filed cases are tried to file cases in 2005, 2006, to revisit the original decisions, and to seek to overturn those decisions. but their motions were denied in federal district court, and appealed and the federal court of appeals and supreme court in 2005, refused to hear those cases and refused to reopen them. melissa: which is not to say the supreme court had turned a deaf ear. partial upholding abortion, justice kennedy fights the brief of the court in upholding it. they do receive an audience. happen to know what her conversion was? you -- doue -- had you happen to know what her conversion was on the issue? melissa: i believe she became a
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