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Women denied abortions file lawsuits in Idaho, Tennessee and Oklahoma over bans

  • An abortion rights advocacy group has filed lawsuits in three states on behalf of women who were denied abortions despite facing life-threatening pregnancy complications, challenging the strict abortion bans imposed in Idaho, Tennessee, and Oklahoma.
  • The lawsuits aim to clarify the legal exceptions for abortions in cases of medical emergencies, ensuring that doctors can provide necessary care without fear of prosecution. Plaintiffs argue that the bans violate patients' right to life and have resulted in delayed care and negative health consequences.
  • The Center for Reproductive Rights is leading these lawsuits and has previously filed a similar case in Texas, which exempted women with pregnancy complications from the state's stringent abortion ban.
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