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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A civil liberties attorney told supreme court justices Wednesday that the state is “putting its thumb on the scale of a highly personal decision” by funding care for low-income pregnant women while refusing to pay if they elect to terminate their pregnancies. Read more.
By Valeria Perasso Ten women walk along a busy, fluorescent-lit corridor. Undressed from the waist down, they wear big white sheets, knotted over their hips, as they make their way to the “relaxation room”, a windowless space, equipped with large sofas and a TV. There they wait, mostly in silence, for their turn to have an […]
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