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Congress Must Pass CIANA to Protect Minor Girls From Abortion

Of all of the commonsense regulations of abortion that are widely supported by Americans, parental involvement laws are consistently at the top. In fact, a recent Gallup poll showed that 71% of Americans favor requiring women under 18 to get parental consent for any abortion–only informed consent laws received higher marks.[1] Not surprisingly, parental consent [...]
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