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Some of the most militant pro-lifers are not too keen about the human life bill that fellow abortion fees are pushing. The bill, which defines human life as being at the moment of conception, would open the door for states to outlaw abortion.

The National Pro-Life Political Action Committe complains that the bill threatens to slow down the momentum for a constitutional amendment banning abortion. The reason the committee prefers the amendment: It would prohibit abortions nationwide, while the human life bill would allow each state to set its own restrictions.

Anti-abortion forces have not yetm rounded up the necessary two thirdsm majority of Congress for an amend-m ment, however.m

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