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Morning Roundup: Virginia Clinics Regulations Fast-Tracked

Georgia tables motion that would have forced all abortions into hospitals, new Virginia clinic regulations will be set in months, people with HIV at greater risk of bone fractures, and the Utah legislature passes three abortion-related bills.

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Denied treatment for a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy? We want to know.

Here at the National Women’s Law Center we are trying to identify instances where this practice may have occurred. What happens when women with pregnancy complications go to the emergency room for treatment? If you or someone you know has experienced a delay or denial of treatment, we want to know. Help us bring this hidden issue out from the shadows: share your story with us.

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Do Religiously-Based Restrictions Contribute to Late-term Abortion?

Tiller’s assassination has raised questions regarding how often late-term abortions take place and what factors contribute to putting women in this difficult position.

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People Who Are Refused Reproductive Health Care Can’t Always “Just Go Someplace Else”!

Jill Morrison writes in her reader diary: Real people can suffer real harms as a result of religious refusals. Next time someone asks the question “What’s the big deal?” — make sure you’re prepared to tell them.

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