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Abortion reversal law had its roots in 1968 letter from Pope Paul VI (access required)

A hearing in the Arizona House Committee on Federalism and States Rights earlier this year to vet a proposed law requiring doctors to inform women that medication abortions can be reversed disintegrated into a forum of name calling, tossed barbs, and political statements.

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