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Satanic Temple Member Scores Win In Lawsuit Against Missouri's Abortion Law


The suit challenges Missouri's abortion law that includes a mandatory three-day waiting period and requirements that a woman seeking an abortion read a booklet, view an ultrasound, and hear the fetal heartbeat. It alleges those requirements violate ...

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Editorial: Florida Supreme Court should keep abortion restriction on hold
Tampabay.com (blog), Florida - November 4, 2016

The Florida Supreme Court is weighing whether to allow a state law to take effect that requires women to wait 24 hours before obtaining an abortion. Passed in 2015, the law is an end run around reproductive choice that is unlikely to hold up under Florida's strong ...

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Carmel High to allow anti-abortion poster
Indianapolis Star, Indiana - February 23, 2017

Students in the Teens for Life club have reached an agreement with school administrators to hang an anti-abortion banner in Carmel High School's main cafeteria, ending the threat of a lawsuit.Liberty Counsel, a nonprofit Christian organization based in Florida ...

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Anti-abortion medical providers to Winnebago County judge: Rights violated if required to hand out abortion information
Rockford Register Star, Illinois - December 8, 2016

1 and requires health care providers who specifically cite a conscience-based objection to abortion to have protocols in place for giving patients information about, or referrals to, other health care providers who will discuss or perform such medical services."This ...

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Texas Abortion Clinic at Center of Historic Supreme Court Decision Reopens
TIME - April 28, 2017

Close to a year after the Supreme Court struck down abortion restrictions in Texas as unconstitutional, an Austin abortion clinic at the center of the case will reopen Friday after a three year closure.Whole Woman’s Health clinic in Austin closed in June 2014 ...

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Abortion providers add firepower to challenge of Tennessee waiting period law
The Tennessean, Tennessee - July 26, 2017

Abortion providers and advocates on Wednesday filed paperwork to continue their legal challenge to the state's 48-hour waiting period law, adding additional clinics and ACLU representation to their fight.An amended federal lawsuit filed Tuesday focuses on the ...

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