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Religion has everything to do with abortion

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Four anti-abortion bills have been introduced into the state legislature including a Texas copycat bill (HR2001, HR2483, SB1044, SB1164). The issue is not whether a state has the constitutional authority to protect “unborn life” but whether women, who have been ...

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Don’t Texas My Arizona

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The Texas Heartbeat Act—the most restrictive abortion law in the country—is in full effect. Although the law commenced just a few months ago, the effects are widespread: women are seeking refuge in neighboring states, online pharmacies are overwhelmed with patient ...

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Texas abortion law unleashes bounty hunters

Some in Arizona have already praised this ruling and said we should do it here in 2022. Those claiming to be “pro-life” are not – or they would get a shot and wear a mask, oppose the death penalty, leave water in the desert, pay for maternal health care etc.

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