Tripling the abortion waiting period “serves no demonstrable purpose other than to create emotional and financial hardships for women who have undoubtedly already spent considerable time wrestling with perhaps the most difficult decision they may ever have to make,” said Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri.
Tripling the abortion waiting period “serves no demonstrable purpose other than to create emotional and financial hardships for women who have undoubtedly already spent considerable time wrestling with perhaps the most difficult decision they may ever have to make,” said Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri.
Tripling the abortion waiting period “serves no demonstrable purpose other than to create emotional and financial hardships for women who have undoubtedly already spent considerable time wrestling with perhaps the most difficult decision they may ever have to make,” said Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri.

Gov. Jay Nixon vetoes 72-hour abortion waiting period in Missouri

July 02, 2014 12:54 PM

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