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‘Heartbeat’ abortion laws could ban most procedures in the U.S. Deep South

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‘Heartbeat’ abortion laws could ban most procedures in the U.S. Deep SouthIf a brand new Mississippi regulation survives a courtroom problem, it’s going to be just about inconceivable for many pregnant ladies to get an abortion there. Or, doubtlessly, in neighboring Louisiana. Or Alabama. Or Georgia. The Louisiana legislature is midway towards passing a regulation — like those enacted in Mississippi and Georgia — that can ban abortions after …
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