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Doubek: She chose an abortion so she could be a mother today


Doubek: She chose an abortion so she could be a mother today
Chicago Sun-Times

Other lawmakers at the hearing noted Illinois could lose up to $12 million in annual federal Medicaid funding if it chooses to defy federal law to make abortion available to poor women beyond current exceptions for rape, incest and the life of the mother.

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