What Does Election 2016 Mean for Your Family?

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     The Republican National Convention is being held this week in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Democratic National Convention is being held next week in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   Each party is featuring the public policies they will promote on families, if elected.  To read more about what this might mean for your family, check out the Family Policy Alliance
     Each candidate and his or her party has starkly different views on family restoration.  Trump stresses strong families and a strong culture of life, particularly indicated by his choice of VP in Indiana Governor Mike Pence.  See a layout of the issues as Trump sees families at http://www.ontheissues.org/2016/Donald_Trump_Families_+_Children.htm.  Clinton emphasizes strong policy on government support of families through day care, family medical leave, and abortion rights.  See how Clinton views those issues at http://www.ontheissues.org/2016/Hillary_Clinton_Families_+_Children.htm.     
     Strong positions toward government intervention and support of pregnancy termination yield severe negative affects on women, children, men and their families as set forth in Roe's Effects on Family Law.  Reviewing that issue alone offers a starting point for deciding Election 2016.

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