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Gomez unclear on some aspects of abortion

Throughout the Republican US Senate primary, Gabriel E. Gomez described himself as “personally prolife,” but said he would not try to change abortion law, a nuanced position that has fanned some confusion on both sides of the abortion divide.

In a recent interview scheduled with the Globe specifically to explore his views on abortion rights, Gomez said that he favors parental consent for both abortion and the morning-­after pill and that he opposes late-term abortion ­unless it is necessary to protect the life and health of the mother.

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