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President Nelson meets New Zealand PM; Mitt Romney on Alabama abortion law; Provo church hit with graffiti

Deseret News Monday, 20 May 2019
A look at the morning news for May 19.
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News video: Trump Breaks Silence On Abortion: I Am 'Pro-Life' With 'Three Exceptions'

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President Trump on Saturday tweeted about the abortion issue. President Trump on Saturday tweeted about the abortion issue in the wake of recently passed strict laws in Alabama, Georgia, and other states, reports USA Today. "As most people know, and for those who would like to know, I am strongly...

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