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Forcing Abortion Clinic Closures Is Immoral—the Virginia Board of Health Should Make Changes Now

Making abortion more difficult to access does not wave a magic wand that converts women with unwanted pregnancies into beaming mothers-to-be.

Making abortion more difficult to access does not wave a magic wand that converts women with unwanted pregnancies into beaming mothers-to-be.

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Virginia Moves Forward With Governor’s Directive to Review Abortion Clinic Regulations

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe

The state’s health board held a public meeting addressing the status of the review process Thursday, a process that is expected to take months to complete and possibly years to implement.

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Virginia Governor Orders Review of Abortion Clinic Regulations

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe

While the Virginia Board of Health reviews policies that instituted “unprecedented construction requirements” on abortion clinics in the state, the regulations will be suspended.

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Virginia Committee Panels—Where all Reproductive Legislation Goes to Die

Sens Northam (left), Herring, & Favola at a meeting of the Senate Health Education & Welfare committee, 01/17. (My SA)

Nothing made it out of the Virginia assembly’s committee when it comes to abortion bills. That’s good news and bad news for reproductive rights supporters.

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Virginia Bill Would Abolish Abortion Funding for Low-income Women Carrying Totally Incapacitated Fetuses

(lauramenenberg.wordpress.com)

A proposal in the Virginia General Assembly to eliminate state funding for certain abortions could force some low-income women to carry to term a fetus with a low likelihood of survival.

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