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After Alabama OKs strictest abortion law in nation, Missouri could be next. Where states stand on abortion bans

USATODAY.com Thursday, 16 May 2019
Alabama's passage of the nation's strictest abortion law is the latest bid by states in the South and Midwest to stake out a legal challenge on a highly emotional, and controversial topic.
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On Tuesday, Alabama’s state Senate was due to vote on a bill that would outlaw nearly all abortions. It will first consider whether to allow the procedure for women and girls impregnated by rape and incest. If passed, this would be the strictest abortion law in the nation. Reuters reports debate...

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