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AOC blames Twitter, Alabama pro-life law

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blamed Twitter's character limitations – and the reading skills of her critics – misinformation about the newly signed abortion ban in Alabama. The New York Democrat uses the social media platform to criticize the law, which was signed by the governor on Wednesday and outlaws nearly all abortions in the state. The same law also makes performing …

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Alabama Abortion Act: Alabama has only criminalized abortions for women – and every single yes vote was cast by a white man

Twenty-five Senate members of Alabama voted Tuesday to pass the country's most restrictive abortion law – and each one of them was a white man. On Wednesday, Republican State Governor Kay Ivey signed the bill. After hours of discussion, the Senate on Tuesday passed the almost complete ban on abortion with 25 to 6 votes. Of the 35 senators in …

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What the Alabama Abortion Act really foresees

This twin-track objective was clearly the intention of the sponsor of the bill – Rep. Terry Collins (R), who said after the vote: "This bill concerns the contesting of Roe v. Wade and Protecting the life of the unborn child because an unborn child is a person who deserves love and protection. " It will clearly challenge the judgment, as …

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Alabama Senate Approves Almost Complete Abortion Ban | news

The Republican-dominated Alabama Senate passed a bill banning nearly all abortions, including rape or incest, in order to secure the constitutional right of a woman to the United States Supreme Court to review The senators voted on Tuesday at 25 to 6 for the bill, according to which the execution of an abortion can be punished at any time as …

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The Senate of Alabama passes an almost complete ban on abortion

The republican supporters of the state have advanced the legislation, which amounts to a nearly complete prohibition of abortion in the state, with the explicit goal, Roe v. Wade to overturn the case of the Supreme Court legalizing abortion. Alabama lawmakers are joining legislators in several other states to restrict abortion, such as: For example, the latest Georgian law on …

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Alabama lawmakers ban almost all abortions in the state: NPR

The Alabama Senate has issued an abortion ban that is one of the most restrictive in the United States. The bill would make it a crime for doctors to perform abortions at any stage of pregnancy, unless a woman's life is threatened or there is a fatal fetal anomaly. Dave Martin / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Dave Martin / …

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Alabama Abortion Bill Adopted: Alabama just a week after the controversial Georgian abortion bill passed an almost complete ban on abortion with no exceptions for rape or incest

Alabama ponders almost complete prohibition of abortion The Alabama Senate has just passed an almost complete prohibition on abortion with 25 to 6 votes. The law does not foresee any exceptions for rape or incest . The bill now goes to Republican Governor Kay Ivey. When she signs, the bill becomes law. Until Tuesday, she has withheld a public statement …

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Alabama is to vote on bill on abortion ban

Copyright Reuters Caption The legislator of the state of Alabama Legislators in Alabama are expected to vote on a bill banning abortion in the US when it is passed. The State Senate began discussing the measure on Tuesday and rejected a modification that prohibits it. It would have exemptions for cases of rape or incest. The bill was passed this …

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Alabama policeman shot dead; Woman charged with murder, authorities say

A police officer from Alabama died after he was shot dead in a "domestic" incident, police said. The officer's wife was arrested and charged with death. Officers arrived The scene in Gardendale, Ala., North of Birmingham, took place on Thursday night and saw a man "suffering a gunshot wound," a press release on Facebook told the Gardendale Police Department. The …

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