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‘It’s Unthinkable’: Pennsylvania Lawmakers Fast-Track ‘Dangerous’ Anti-Choice Bill

State GOP lawmakers have moved the anti-choice bill without input from medical professionals, according to advocates, who say the proposal has such narrow exceptions that it could land doctors in prison for providing standard abortion care. The post ‘It’s Unthinkable’: Pennsylvania Lawmakers Fast-Track ‘Dangerous’ Anti-Choice Bill appeared first on Rewire.
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