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Abortion Is All But Banned In Texas

Abortion Is All But Banned In Texas

Update: 2021-09-012
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A state law took effect Wednesday banning abortion after about six weeks, before many women even know they are pregnant. It also allows people to sue others seeking an abortion and anyone who aids them in the process, with damages beginning at ten thousand dollars plus attorney's fees. So far, the Supreme Court has not halted the legislation.

So far, the Supreme Court has not halted the legislation.

This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, and KUT reporter Ashley Lopez.

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Claude Poliakoff

appalling legislation fostering antisocial greed driven tendencies, already abused in modern society. George Orwell will be turning over his grave, seeing "1984" behavior, written in 1945, enshrined in LAW. Damn!

Sep 1st
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Abortion Is All But Banned In Texas

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