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For over 40 years, the Hyde Amendment has barred any federal money from being used to pay for abortions. But those days may be over.
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Republican leaders are unlikely to support removal of the monuments.
A spokesman for Rep. Steve Scalise — who was critically wounded in the shooting — said the ad is inappropriate.