AirTalk for January 23, 2015

The House of Representatives passed a bill on Thursday forbidding the use of any federal money for abortions, in lieu of a proposal that would ban so-called "late-term" abortions. Also, should CA follow AZ’s lead and make civics test a graduation requirement? Then, what will the death of Saudi’s King Abdullah and falling oil prices mean for Saudi Arabia?
Anti-Abortion Advocates Stage "Die-In" Protest Across From White House

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