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Turns Out Women Seeking Abortions Aren't Unsure About Their Decision At All

A new study from the University of California’s Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health investigates the law-shaping myth that women who wish to have an abortion need extended counseling, ultrasounds, and waiting periods to make a decision. For the huge majority of them, the decision is already made. Read more...
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