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With the new law, Ohio prohibits a common abortion procedure

The Senate proposal 145 prohibits the Dilation and Evacuation Procedure (D & E), which expands the cervix and extracts the contents of the uterus. Although the law is no exception in rape or incest, there is one when the life of the mother is in danger. Any abortion entrepreneur who opposes this law could be charged, including fourth-degree fines and …

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Author of Ohio abortion bill believes court will welcome it 'with open arms'

A bill that would ban abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected what approved this week by the Ohio Senate, the first step in what the bill's author says is the controversial legislation. Supreme Court "with open arms." But many legal experts and women's groups say the bill has no chance of surviving in the nation's highest court – even …

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The Argentine Senate just barred legal abortion

BUENOS AIRES – The Senate of Argentina rejected a bill on the legalization of abortions on Thursday that sealed a defeat in a grassroots movement that put reproductive rights at the top of the country's legislative agenda and spurred activist groups across Latin America [196592002] The vote shook the nation as enemy camps fought indecisive senators until the last few …

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The Argentine Senate rejects the historic abortion law

Pro-Choice activists are gathering around a campfire to keep warm as distant fireworks unleash a gathering of life-activating activists waiting to vote on voting legislation outside of Congress in Buenos Aires Thursday, August 9, 2018. The Senate debated a bill that legalized and eventually voted against electoral abortions during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Abortion was limited to cases …

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Measure Argentine Senate debates to legalize abortion

The Senate debated a bill throughout Wednesday that would legalize abortion in Pope Francis' home country during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy and initiate a vote that could resonate in the region. Argentina's lower house of Congress The presidential nomination has already been passed and President Mauricio Macri said he would sign it if it were approved by the …

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Argentina is waiting for a decisive Senate vote on abortion

Buenos Aires (AFP) – After Ireland voted in favor of the legalization of abortion in May, Argentina, another traditionally Catholic country, will do the same The country's senators will make the decision Wednesday, amid fierce Polarized Campaigns on Both Sides Solve the Problem with the Hot Button The bill was passed by Congress's closest house in June, but it is …

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In a grand abortion decision, Kavanaugh offers clues as to how he might deal with separation issues at the Supreme Court

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh has only one major abortion order in his 12 years at the Bundesbank, but this influential opinion will determine the upcoming debate on what his elevation to the Supreme Court would mean for a woman's constitutional right to the trial [19659002] Anti-Abortion activists say they have no concrete evidence in his writings that President Trump's second …

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Other countries have Roe v. Wade not. So they deal with abortion laws.

A rally will be held in Washington on Thursday before the Supreme Court. President Trump is in the process of selecting a replacement for Justice Anthony M. Kennedy. (J. Scott Applewhite / AP) When Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced his resignation this week, one of the first questions that came to mind proponents of abortion rights was a …

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Supreme Court Abortion Rights Threat Will Election Boost for Democrats: Survey

The seat of the US Supreme Court, left open by the resignation of Judge Anthony Kennedy, is a strong motivator for voters, especially Democrats, in the medium-term electoral struggle for control, according to a Reuters / Ipsos poll released Friday of the congress. Ninety percent of Democrats said the vacancy would rather make them vote for a Democratic Senate candidate …

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