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Delaware gov. signs law ensuring right to abortion if a Trump Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade


If Roe v. Wade is overturned, in 22 states, the right to abortion is at the highest risk of lossâthese states could ban abortion outright. In 11 states (plus the District of Columbia), the right to abortion is at risk of loss, and in 17 states, the right to abortion appears secure.If Roe v. Wade is overturned, in 22 states, the right to abortion is at the highest risk of lossâthese states could ban abortion outright. In 11 states (plus the District of Columbia), the right to abortion is at risk of loss, and in 17 states, the right to abortion appears secure.Delaware on Friday became the first state to enact legislation to ensure that abortion remains legal, and other states are also considering similar laws. The law codifies the protections found in the 44-year-old U.

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