U.S. abortion-rights activists vow to challenge landmark Alabama ban
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 () U.S. abortion-rights activists on Wednesday vowed to challenge an Alabamabill banning abortion in almost all cases, including pregnancies resulting from rape or incest, that is part of an effort to get the Supreme Court to reconsider its 1973 ruling allowing it.
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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US abortion-rights activists had already vowed to go court to block enforcement of the Alabama measure, the strictest anti-abortion law yet enacted by abortion... Zee News Also reported by •The News Articles •FOXNews.com •CTV News •Seattle Times
Celebrities, activists and politicians swarmed social media to air their opinions on a new law, signed on Wednesday, that almost totally bans abortion in... Reuters Also reported by •Mediaite •FOXNews.com •CTV News •USATODAY.com