The House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday banning all taxpayer money for abortions. Take a look at the history of this hot-button issue in America.
1873: The Comstock Act bans access to information about abortion and birth control. The law was named after its biggest proponent, Anthony Comstock, a United States Postal Inspector and politician dedicated to ideas of Victorian morality.
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