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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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Street preacher's volume the issue, not anti-abortion speech
MLive.com, Michigan - November 1, 2017

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Street preacher Stephen Nylen's anti-abortion speech isn't the problem - it's his amplification system, the city says.Grand Rapids asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit Nylen filed against the city and a police sergeant over enforcement of its ...

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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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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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Woman Says Jail Denied Her Abortion and Forced Her to Give Birth
Daily Beast, District of Columbia - January 12, 2017

But when she asked the Maury County, Tennessee sheriffâs office to obtain an abortion, she claims in a new lawsuit they denied her on the grounds that her pregnancy was not life-threatening. When she finally left jail, it was too late for her to legally terminate ...

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