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States move to protect abortion from prosecutions elsewhere

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Democratic governors in states where abortion will remain legal are looking for ways to protect any patients who travel there for the procedure — along with the providers who help them — from being prosecuted by their home states. The Democratic governors of Colorado and North Carolina on Wednesday issued executive orders to protect abortion providers and patients from extradition to states that have banned the practice.
1 month ago·Washington, United States

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More states move to protect travelling abortion patients from prosecutions back home - National

Democratic governors of Colorado and North Carolina issued executive orders to protect abortion providers and patients from extradition to states that have banned the practice.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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States move to protect abortion from prosecutions elsewhere

The U.S. Supreme Court's landmark abortion ruling overturning Roe v. Wade is prompting efforts in liberal states to protect providers and patients who have traveled for a legal procedure

1 month ago·United States
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States move to protect abortion from prosecutions elsewhere

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Democratic governors in states where abortion will remain legal are looking for ways to protect any patients who travel there for the procedure — along with the providers who help them — from being prosecuted by their home states.

1 month ago·United States
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Colorado and North Carolina protect abortion from out-of-state prosecution

The Democratic governors of Colorado and North Carolina on Wednesday issued executive orders to protect abortion providers and patients from extradition to home states that have banned the practice.

1 month ago·Ireland
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States move to protect abortion from prosecutions elsewhere

By JENNIFER McDERMOTT, GEOFF MULVIHILL and HANNAH SCHOENBAUM Associated PressPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Democratic governors in states where abortion will remain legal are looking for ways to protect any patients who travel there for the procedure — along with the providers who help them — from being prosecuted by their home states.In North Carolina, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order Wednesday to protect abortion providers and pa…

1 month ago
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Colorado and North Carolina protect abortion from out-of-state prosecution

The governors of Rhode Island and Maine also signed executive orders late on Tuesday.

1 month ago·Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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