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Organizers of this year's March for Life events were on Parliament Hill Wednesday accusing Prime Minister Stephen Harper
So what if Harper muzzled an MP for suggesting a motion to condemn sex-selective abortion? It's not as though it's a matter of national import, and denouncing the motion, as MP Mark Warawa would have it, would have had no practical implications in and of itself. The only value of his motion would have been to reintroduce the word "abortion" into the national conversation, and that's something Liberals and NDPers, I imagine, don't want. They should stop posturing and get behind the Prime Minister -- he's the best friend liberals have right now.
Despite Stephen Harper's determination not to reopen the abortion debate, the issue is back in the parliamentary spotlight
Abortion rights are at the centre of a debate set for this afternoon as MPs consider whether to hold a special committee