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Lindsey Graham hands Democrats a gift with federal abortion ban proposal

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Alex Wagner reports on a nationwide federal abortion ban proposed by Lindsey Graham, contradicting his previous statements about leaving abortion laws up to the states, and emphasizing that with enough votes to flip the Senate, Republicans will actually try to make such a ban become real law - a message Democrats are happy to have American voters understand.