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US House votes in favor of federal abortion rights

Washington By the end of June, a 1973 Supreme Court ruling guaranteed the right to abortion – abortions were legal throughout the country at least until the fetus was viable. This decision was overturned by the conservative majority in a historic decision. The result is a patchwork of regulations. Abortion is now largely prohibited in many states.

The House of Representatives also voted 223-205 on Friday to pass a second bill that would ban penalties for women traveling to another state to have an abortion.

The Democrats had already unsuccessfully tried in May to enshrine the right to abortion in federal law. At the time, a draft ruling was published, which already showed that the judges want to abolish the right to abortion. Democrats hope to be able to mobilize the cause before the fall congressional elections. Opinion polls assume an increase in the Republican vote. Some are fighting for legislation to ban abortion across the country.

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