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Tennessee passes strict new 20-week abortion ban


Tennessee passes strict new 20-week abortion ban
The Hill

Tennessee legislators have given final approval to a measure that would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy and create additional barriers even if the life of the mother were at stake.The legislation, passed on a party-line vote in the Repub

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