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Supreme Court Declines Alabama Bid to Revive Abortion Restriction

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According to Reuters, the U.S. Supreme Court declined a new challenge to abortion rights by declining to hear Alabama’s bid to revive a Republican-backed state law that would have effectively banned the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The justices left in place a lower court ruling that struck down the 2016 law, which would have criminalized a method called dilation and evacuation.

Added on the 28/06/2019 11:37:27 - Copyright : Wochit

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