Dad devastated as newspaper refuses to print memorial for aborted baby

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Dad devastated as newspaper refuses to print memorial for aborted baby

Lisa Bourne September 20, 2019 ( LifeSiteNews) – The Omaha World-Herald newspaper refused to print an obituary or in memoriam ad for an aborted child, the baby’s father says, and pro-life advocates say the paper’s decision suggests pro-abortion discrimination. The World-Herald initially refused the father’s request to print an obituary for his son because aborted children don’t get a death certificate.

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