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Alabama court rules 12-year-old impregnated by relative can have abortion
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Alabama court rules 12-year-old impregnated by relative can have abortion

al.com - July 13, 2017

The Alabama Court of Civil Appeals ruled Wednesday in favor of a girl seeking a waiver from a state law requiring that minors get parental consent before ...

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Judge Myron Thompson rules two Alabama abortion laws ... - AL.com
al.com, Alabama - October 27, 2017

U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson on Thursday ruled two Alabama abortion laws are unconstitutional and blocked the state from enforcing them.One would proh

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Abortion clearly a 'difficult issue' for Alabama Democrats as Doug Jones pushes pro-choice stance
al.com, Alabama - October 8, 2017

After Josh Crowley listened to Doug Jones' interview with NBC's Chuck Todd late last month, he took to Facebook and urged his friends to ignore the Senate hopeful's pro-choice stance on abortion."Too many Christians look at just the issue of abortion in making ...

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Doug Jones, Alabama Democratic Senate hopeful, wouldn't support 20-week abortion ban
al.com, Alabama - September 29, 2017

Alabama Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Doug Jones said he would work to protect access to contraception and a woman's right to an abortion if he wins December's election against Republican Roy Moore.Speaking to MSNBC's "Meet the Press Daily" with Chu

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Lawyer blasts court ruling allowing abortion for 12-year-old who was raped
al.com, Alabama - July 20, 2017

A former state court official and a counselor for pregnant women today criticized an Alabama court ruling allowing a 12-year-old girl who was raped by an adult relative to have an abortion without parental consent.They said the girl was not mature enough to make ...

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Alabama Senate to consider constitutional ban on abortion
al.com, Alabama - April 19, 2017

The Alabama Senate plans to vote Thursday on a proposal to put a ban on abortion in the state constitution.The Senate will debate the proposed constitutional amendment by Rep. Matt Fridy, R-Montevallo.If at least 21 of the 35 senators vote for it, it would go to ...

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