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As prenatal screenings increase in accessibility, more and more people are learning whether or not their baby has down syndrome. Many of these lives are aborted following a diagnosis. A Capitol Hill lawmaker is now hoping to change this with new legislation. One America's John Hines has more from Washington.
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