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January 2, 1993 | From Associated Press
The top religion story of 1992 as assessed by religion reporters was the November victory of two Southern Baptists, President-elect Bill Clinton and Vice President-elect Al Gore Jr. Their victory, after a campaign that dealt partly with family values, was the first time both posts went to members of the Southern Baptist denomination. However, Clinton and Gore differed with its stands condemning abortion and homosexual behavior. Also linked to the No.
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January 2, 1993 | From Associated Press
The top religion story of 1992 as assessed by religion reporters was the November victory of two Southern Baptists, President-elect Bill Clinton and Vice President-elect Al Gore Jr. Their victory, after a campaign that dealt partly with family values, was the first time both posts went to members of the Southern Baptist denomination. However, Clinton and Gore differed with its stands condemning abortion and homosexual behavior. Also linked to the No.
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December 31, 1994 | From Religion News Service
The role of the religious right in November's Republican election sweep was the top religion story of 1994, according to a national poll of journalists specializing in religion news coverage. Having led millions of voters to the polls, the Christian coalition and abortion foes are now expected to use their political muscle on such issues as abortion funding and school prayer.
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