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A woman’s constitutional right to an abortion treatened in the United States
Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio enacted statutes this year outlawing abortion after a doctor can detect an embryonic heartbeat
Mexico, abortion, and forced maternity
There are 19 states that have modified their local constitutions to protect life since conception
How much does an abortion cost in Mexico?
World Health Organization estimates that each year, 1.5 million abortions are performed in Mexico
Morena is getting ready to celebrate
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Abortion is still punished in Mexico
Abortion by choice is still banned in most Mexican states
Abortion is a human right
Abortion is part of the right to self-determination, and every government is compelled to guarantee the right and safe conditions to have an abortion
Mexico City: 11 years since the approval of legal interruption of pregnancy
Twelve years have passed since the historic approval of legal interruption of pregnancy in Mexico City and this right, with ups and downs, is deeply ingrained in the culture
Abortion vote: Ireland is now in the secular camp of Europe
Ireland strengthened its position in a Europe that is drifting away from the Roman Catholic orthodoxy, as the “yes” vote to repeal the 1983 constitutional amendment won last Friday
The rule, which affects American non-governmental organizations working abroad, is one that incoming presidents have used to signal their positions on abortion rights
A women's reproductive health advocacy group says officials in Sonora are denying an abortion to a 13-year-old girl raped by a family acquaintance.