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Will the Supreme Court Overturn Roe V. Wade?

4yrs ago from WND
(THE CONVERSATION) – For people who care about abortion rights, these are worrying times. Of course, pro-choice advocates began losing sleep the minute Donald Trump was elected. During the 2016 presidential election, Trump claimed that Roe v. Wade – the 1973 landmark decision establishing that women have a constitutional right to access abortion – would […]
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Flashback: NYT Author Wonders Why Aborting ‘Half a Twin’ Is ‘Controversial’

Grace Carr A NYT Magazine contributing author wondered in 2011 why terminating half a twin pregnancy seems more “controversial” than reducing triplets to twins or aborting a single baby Previously doctors almost exclusively performed “reductions” on women who were having at least three or four babies to protect the health of the mother and babies Multiple
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