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Victorian Senator happy abortion is on the national agenda MP3

While many have criticised the Prime Minister for raising concerns that under a Coalition government abortion could become the "political play thing of men", the issue of abortion is already on the parliamentary agenda for a Victorian senator who may hold the balance of power in the Senate after the election. Source: abc.net.au

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