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US Abortion Rights Are Slowly Dwindling

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US Abortion Rights Are Slowly Dwindling

US Abortion Rights Are Slowly Dwindling

Lawmakers across the US are fighting against abortion rights.

Kim Reynolds, Iowa's Governor, signed a law that virtually banned all abortions in the state.

Kentucky lawmakers banned a medically-proven and safe method of abortion.

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a law that bans abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.

Louisiana is considering signing the same bill that Mississippi passed.

Fortunately, those in favor of pro-choice are fighting just as hard against pro-choice lawmakers.

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