WASHINGTON – Speaker Nancy Pelosi dismissed the Archbishop of San Francisco’s criticism of the abortion rights bill the House will vote on this week, explaining how she views the issue in accordance with her Catholic faith.
“The Archbishop of the city, of this region, of San Francisco, and I disagree on who should decide this,” Pelosi said at his press conference Thursday. “I believe God has given us the agency to honor our responsibilities.”
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