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HOUSTON (BP) -- The third Democratic presidential debate failed to address abortion and religious freedom -- two primary issues for many evangelical Christians -- but offered the 10 participants the opportunity to wrangle over a host of mostly domestic policy questions Thursday (Sept. 12).
The currently leading contenders for the Democratic nomination in 2020 debated health care, racism, criminal justice, immigration, foreign policy, national security, climate change and education during the three-hour event on the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston. The debate -- the third of a planned 12 debates -- will be followed in mid-October by the next in the series. Read More