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Texas, Meet the Slippery Slope

They didn’t think this one through.

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Poor Texas. I’m not referring to the women there, who will no longer be able to find abortion providers, even if they are victims of rape or incest. This obviously shocks me, but a lot of ink will be spilled on that issue. Perhaps more shocking is that Texas lawmakers got it into their pretty little heads that it would be a good idea to put private

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Adeline Dimond

Federal attorney, writing thought crimes on Medium. To connect: Adeline.Dimond@gmail.com

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