March 21, 2023


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The US government has banned the abortion pill

I amWyoming on Friday became the first US state to ban the abortion pill, a new victory for conservatives who want to restore access to abortion in the US.

Wyoming (West), Gov. Mark Gordon, called on lawmakers to go further and put a total ban on abortion in the state constitution and put it to a vote of voters.

The decision comes at a time when many anti-abortionists are seeking to ban the abortion pill across the country after the Supreme Court ruled last year to bury the right to abortion in the federal government. Since then, fifteen states have decided to ban all terminations of pregnancy on their soil.

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Governor of Wyoming Mr. Gordon has said he has no intention of backing down from his fight against abortion. “I believe that all life is sacred and that every individual, including the unborn, should be treated with dignity and compassion,” Mr Gordon said on Friday evening.

Since the United States Supreme Court gave each state the freedom to legislate in June of last year, about fifteen of them have limited access to requiring a doctor to prescribe mifepristone, according to the Guttmacher Institute Research Center. Women should have abortions.

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