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Satanist wins transfer of her abortion rights case to the Missouri Supreme Court


Satanist wins transfer of her abortion rights case to the Missouri Supreme Court
Kansas City Star

The woman, identified as Mary Doe in court documents, argued that her religion does not adhere to the idea that life begins at conception, and, because of that, the prerequisites for an abortion in Missouri are unconstitutionally violating her freedom of religion protected by the First Amendment.The court ordered a transfer of the womanâs case to the Missouri Supreme Court.The suit names Gov. Eric Greitens, Attorney General Josh Hawley and others as defendants.Her claims were originally rejected by the Cole County Circuit Court, but she appealed the decision.

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