ALABAMA ENHANCES NEW ABORTION LAW The state Board of Health of Alabama has passed a set of proposed rules in conjunction with its new abortion law, including a 24-hour waiting period before a customer can obtain an abortion. The “Women’s Right To Know Act,” as it is called in pro-life circles, requires doctors or clinic workers to fully inform a woman about several implications of abortion – including information about adoption agencies, embryonic and fetal development, risks of abortion and childbirth, a father’s obligations and alternatives to abortion. If the woman still wants an abortion, she can return no sooner than 24 hours to have the procedure.


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