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Daily Citizen from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin • 7

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Daily Citizeni
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Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
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7
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LOCAL 0(91119 28,2004 Daily citizen KNIGHTS AID THE HANDICAPPED v. Subrnmed ISAYVII1E Ed Bosch, left, UayviSa Katfrts of Columbus, smarts a chock to rfcht, roprosoirtlng tho Bodst Couaty AssodaSM tor Retarded CRIzoas. Tho 2343 MAYVim Notra Dame Coundl Knights if Columbus, UiyvKt, nwM $523.13 frealts Campaign to the Mentally Handicapped Drive to Am Codje County Lifespan Retp.ta program. Praswittng tho dwell to KaSiy Schoenberger, left, Is Ed Bosch, A. M.

H. diabiHiii tor the council. The money was raised through ttiolr anmiil Tootslo RoU activity. through tho annual Tootslo Ron sistrRMiSoa Campaign to AM tho UtirtiRy Handicapped. i i T- I v' mmmS tj 1 Submitted MAYVILLE Fathor Robort Borghammer, loft, and Fathor Charila Wester, rlcht, aro prosontod wnh calondars fey chairman Rot Fatter to svmfcWzethi "steff df tRi Kyvi: sTi sT Cimbl Cr-'tnr oty of caieRidi ef, ty.fn fecal Individuals suffering from accUants, Ipiess, fa fosses or chart-, tablo causes, ever In cash prizes for the ICS drawings In 2CSS, day sal for $29 each.

They aro available from any Knights of Columbus mombor throush Bsc. 11. MAYVILLE Tho Marcus and Janny Fink family wore recognized for tholr many contrtbutioas te." tholr aarlsh and the community as Family of the MoaamFVcfobar. Shewnvleftto iteiellrij Case, Knights; Marcus, Adam, and fenny Rnk In the tckra fteman and Tyler Rnk kt turn freef Tho award is made for efforts that display tho bettef etiiEtfrs of family Km fa adSea to partSd patlng In many ether church, school, end community acthOs, the Fmks organized the First -Annuel tt Mary's School Softball Tournament that drew ever two dozen teams from a wide ore: Hit 4iH iHttitiMih Witttv llli flits (I CttfiHfl iiitlltihfMc CfHlitfl sit tlSlMrfMMM' ti Pro-Abortion Pro-Life Tim Michels Pro-Abortion John Kerry Pro-Life George W. Bush Russ Feingold Partial-Birth Abortion Partial-Birth Abortion Tim Michels strongly opposes Partial-Birth Abortion.

John Kerry voted against the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act every chance he got -six times. George W. Bush promoted and signed the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act into law. Russ Feingold voted 7 times to keep partial-birth abortion legal and was a leader on the floor of the VS. Senate in defending partial-birth abortion.

The partial-birth abortion procedure used from the fifth month on involves pulling a living baby feet-first out of the womb, except for the head, puncturing the skull and suctioning out the brain. The great majority of partial-birth abortions are performed on healthy babies of healthy mothers. Abortion on Demand The partial-birth abortion procedure used from the fifth month on involves pulling living baby feet-first out of the womb, except for the head, puncturing the skull and suctioning out the brain. The great majority of partial-birth abortions are performed on healthy babies of healthy mothers. Abortion on Demand John Kerry supports the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand even as a method of birth control.

George W. Bush opposes the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand and he supports legal protection for unborn children. Russ Feingold opposes the reversal of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand throughout the entire nine months of pregnancy. Tim Michels supports the reversal of Roe v.

Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand throughout the entire nine months of pregnancy. Government Funding of Abortion 1 Government Funding of Abortion Tim Michels opposes the use of tax dollars to pay for abortions in this country and overseas. Russ Feingold has consistently voted to use tax dollars to pay for abortions in this country and overseas. John Kerry supports using tax dollars to pay for abortion. Kerry said that his first executive order would be to "reverse the Mexico City Policy," and thereby give tax funds to groups that promote abortion overseas.

George W. Bush opposes using tax dollars to pay for abortion. During his first week in office, President Bush reinstated the Mexico City Policy, which cut off funds to groups that promote abortion overseas. Record on Life Record on Life John Kerry, during his 20 years in the Senate, voted 79 times to support abortion. Russ Feingold has a 0 voting record on pro-life issues.

Russ Feingold opposes protecting human embryos from unethical medical experiments. Russ Feingold voted against legislation to' 4 prevent minor daughten from being taken across state lines for secret abortions to avoid parental consentnotice laws. Tim Michels supports all legislation to protect- unborn children and people with disabilities. Tim Michels supports protecting human embryos from unethical medical experiments. Tim Michels supports all legislation to prevent minor daughters from being taken across state lines for secret abortions to avoid parental consentnotice laws.

George W. Bush has repeatedly supported legislation which would protect unborn children and people with disabilities. George W. Bush signed "Laci and Conner's Law," which recognizes unborn children as victims who are killed or injured in violent federal crimes. George W.

Bush supported legislation to prevent minor daughters from being taken across state lines for secret abortions to avoid parental notice laws. John Kerry voted against "Laci and Conner's Law," which recognizes unborn children as victims who are killed or injured in violent federal crimes. i John. Kerry voted against notifying a parent before performing an abortion on a minor daughter. Supreme Court Appointments Tim Michels has pledged to allow the Senate to vote on President Bush's judicial nominees.

Supreme Court Appointments Russ Feingold has voted approximately 20 times since March 2003 to prevent a vote on President Bush's judicial nominees. Pro-abortkm senators are fearful that if just one of President Bush's judicial nominees becomes Supreme Court Justice, the Court could rule to reverse Roe v. Wade. John Kerry has stated that if elected president he would appoint only Supreme Court justices who support the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand. He declared, will support only pro-choice judges to the Supreme Court.

Some may call this a litmus Pro-Abortion John Edwards John Edwards, in his six yean in the Senate, has compiled a 0 pro-life voting record. He Voted to keep partial-birth abortions legal and he supports tax funding of abortion. George W. Bush stated that he will appoint Supreme Court justices who share his conservative philosophy and who will strictly interpret the Constitution according to its text. (The text of the Constitution contains no right to abortion.) Pro-Life Dick Cheney Dick Cheney, has taken a strong pro-life position.

During his 10 yean in Congress, he compiled a 100 pro-life voting record. He opposes partial-birth abortion and he voted against tax funding of abortion. Authorized and paid for by Wisconsin Right to Life J)odge County Chapter.

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