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Red River Women’s Clinic in North Dakota Reports Lowest Abortion Numbers in Ten Years

Anti-choice lawmakers and activists believe the drop is due to more women becoming educated about abortion and choosing to carry pregnancies to term, while reproductive rights advocates offer a different take: Harsh restrictions on access to abortion and reproductive health care have led to the decline.

Anti-choice lawmakers and activists believe the drop is due to more women becoming educated about abortion and choosing to carry pregnancies to term, while reproductive rights advocates offer a different take: Harsh restrictions on access to abortion and reproductive health care have led to the decline.

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Federal Court Blocks North Dakota Law That Would Ban Abortion as Early as Six Weeks

The 2-1 ruling requires crisis pregnancy centers disclose whether they have licensed medical providers at their facilities.

A federal judge issued a sharply worded order blocking the country’s most restrictive abortion law yet.

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North Dakota Governor Signs Anti-Choice Bills Into Law Less Than 24 Hours After Receiving Them

Reproductive rights advocates, led by the Planned Parenthood Health Systems Action Fund of North Carolina, spent all day at the “veto vigil” to remind the governor of his campaign promise not to sign anti-choice restrictions into law.

Eager to move on to the court challenges that inevitably await, Gov. Dalrymple signs multiple bills that will provoke court challenges to Roe v. Wade.

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