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Student Jeanne Marie Hathaway was quoted in an Atlantic story on President Trump’s policies and the pro-life movement. 
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Will the Pro-Life Movement Split With Trump on Issues Other Than Abortion?

From: The Atlantic 
Date: Jan. 27, 2017
Author: Emma Green

... “Politically right now, the biggest voice for the pro-life movement is Donald Trump,” said Jeanne Marie Hathway, a 19-year-old student at the Catholic University of America who plans to attend the march. “I don’t feel like he stands for pretty much anything. He’s clearly not for women’s health care, and he’s not for the dignity of human life.”

She wouldn’t identify as conservative or liberal or anything in particular—to her, the most important thing is following a “consistent life ethic,” which means caring about women just as much as unborn children, she said. Republicans like Trump “have the biggest voice for the pro-life movement right now,” she added. But “a lot of times, I think they’re Republicans before they’re pro-life activists.” ...

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Stephanie Schmitt was interviewed by ABC7 at the March for Life. 
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With Trump in office, anti-abortion advocates feel the tide is turning

From: WJLA
Date: Jan. 27, 2017
Author: Cheryl Conner

... Stephanie Schmitt is a senior at Catholic University of America. This is her eighth march.
“People don’t look at the pro-life movement as a modern thing anymore. There are so many young people at this march, and our energy, we want to get it out to the world,” said Schmitt. ...

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