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Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Okla. abortion laws

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Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state. clergy members, social workers and even librarians have raised concerns about being exposed to criminal or civil liability for just discussing the topic. No charges have been filed in the seven weeks since the law against advising or helping a woman get an abortion went into effect.
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Front-line workers fear repercussions from abortion laws

Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Okla. abortion laws

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.

2 months ago·United States
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Front-line workers fear repercussions from abortion laws

By SEAN MURPHY Associated Press WriterOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.Beyond the profound repercussions the abortion laws are having on medical care, especially reproductive medicine, clergy members, s…

2 months ago
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Front-line workers fear repercussions from abortion laws

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.Beyond the profound repercussions the abortion laws are having on medical care, especially reproductive medicine, clergy members, social workers and even librarians have…

2 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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Front-line workers fear repercussions from abortion laws

Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.Beyond the profound repercussions the abortion laws are having on medical care, especially reproductive medicine, clergy members, social workers and even librarians have raised concerns abou…

2 months ago·Jacksonville, United States
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Front-line workers fear repercussions from abortion laws

Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.Beyond the profound repercussions the abortion laws are having on medical care, especially reproductive medicine, clergy members, social workers and even librarians have raised concerns abou…

2 months ago·Detroit, United States
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