@TIME
TIME
27 days ago
Texas’ controversial six-week abortion ban has been in effect just 21 days, and physicians and researchers are already warning that the impact could be dire: if the law remains in effect, Texas could see a significant increase in maternal mortality
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@JoeHookem95
Joe O.
27 days ago
@TIME And less dead babies, I am sure you meant to mention that.
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@snow_lynx
Suzy Solomon
27 days ago
@TIME Texas doesn't care about saving lives, only controlling women.
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@mari1carvalho
Maristela Carvalho🇧🇷
27 days ago
@TIME Médicos se preocupam com mortes das mulheres e dos bebês ???????
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@Matske9
Mats Åke
27 days ago
@TIME Texas' deplorable law is a violation of women's rights. Laws should not interfere with women's choices whether they want to have an abortion or not. Laws do not own women's bodies, women do. My support for Texas all women
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@gyrfalc63587709
gyrfalcon
27 days ago
@TIME The 'unborn baby' legal concept means - pregnant women could be kept on ventilators against family wishes. Women could be denied medical procedures like cancer treatment and forced to have procedures to correct fetal defects. It's a GROTESQUE violation of basic human rights.
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@GinoGonzo198
Gino
27 days ago
@TIME America’s genocide needs to end
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@Geek_News
Geek_News
27 days ago
@TIME If they are worried about maternal death rates for people that don't want to be pregnant to begin with then why aren't they discussing something like mandatory IUDs or other options that prevent pregnancy to begin with? And why aren't they discussing the issue of STDs?
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