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New Research Eviscerates Widespread Anti-Choice Myth

New research upends a widely held belief in the anti-choice movement that women feel conflicted about abortion care and need state-assisted intervention, including forced waiting periods and mandatory counseling. The post New Research Eviscerates Widespread Anti-Choice Myth appeared first on Rewire.
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