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business communication p d chaturvedi pdf Video Business Communication - The Art And Science of Business Communication - P.D. Chaturvedi & M. Chaturvedi. References Category:Academic press Category:Publishing Category:Business terms Category:Modes of communicationMike Pence gets better at saying ‘abortion’ By Ed O'Keefe Saturday, October 27, 2017 INDIANAPOLIS -- Three years ago, during his first presidential campaign, Mike Pence drew criticism from feminists and abortion rights advocates for insisting that abortions should be illegal "in the vast majority of cases." Now, as the Indiana governor seeks the presidency, the Republican candidate is getting better at saying "abortion" at the right times. In Wednesday's Republican primary debate, he was asked about proposals from some conservatives to ban abortion after 20 weeks. Pence told the Fox Business Network's Neil Cavuto that in the next few weeks, he will release a plan to "uphold the sanctity of human life and the dignity of the soul of every person" "I'll be releasing that in the next few weeks," Pence said. And in a Saturday morning debate, he was asked to explain "what you mean when you say in your running mate's statement that 'there has never been a successful pro-life president'?" "I think as vice president, my focus will be to honor the Lord, to pray for our president and our country and to advance the cause of life," he said. "But I was also talking about a time in our nation's history when abortion was outlawed in most cases. And I think that's a time we should recommit ourselves to." As governor of Indiana, he has fought the state's abortion law, which opponents say doesn't include a 20-week cutoff. Last summer, he signed a bill requiring women seeking abortions to receive ultrasound images of the fetus, a requirement that opponents say may have turned away some women. Asked by CNN's Jake Tapper if the ultrasound law was "designed to close down clinics, to force women to be subjected to a medical procedure they don't want," Pence answered yes. "And I'm pleased that the commonwealth's attorney in Marion County has determined that this is not a criminal statute," he said, referring to a law enforcement official's opinion that the statute was unconstitutional.