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Citizenship and Fetal Personhood: Weighing the Implications of Heartbeat Bills.
The abortion debate is red hot right now, with a democrat majority congress and a conservative majority supreme court. So, unsurprisingly, a number of pro-life leaning states have passed pro-life bills, hoping for democrats to react with legal challenges escalating … Continue reading
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