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Woman 33 Weeks Pregnant Traveled to New Mexico to Have Have Abortion


Woman 33 Weeks Pregnant Traveled to New Mexico to Have Have Abortion
LifeNews.com

In January of 2015 a 20 year old woman from Great Britain sought a destination willing to perform an abortion for her at 30 weeks of pregnancy⦠so that she could continue going to college. Did she have to go to Vietnam, China, or North Korea? No, s

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