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Alabama's abortion ban is a warning sign for women's rights in America

Telegraph.co.uk Wednesday, 15 May 2019
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This week, Alabama passed into law a near-total ban on abortion, which sent shockwaves of disbelief around the world. The law doesn’t make any exceptions for rape or incest, which means women in Alabama will only be able to access abortion if their lives are at risk. Doctors in Alabama who perform...

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