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Florida Ballot Initiative Would Make Abortion, Birth Control Punishable by Death

"These types of extreme proposals are wildly unpopular with the public and have failed every single time they have been put before voters," Amanda Allen, senior state legislative counsel at the Center for Reproductive Rights, told Broadly. "It's blatantly unconstitutional and shows the true colors of abortion opponents: to punish some who need reproductive health care." The post Florida Ballot Initiative Would Make Abortion, Birth Control Punishable by Death appeared first on Rewire.
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