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US: Arizona can enforce near-total abortion ban, judge rules

By DW
26 September 2022   |   8:24 am
A court in the state of Arizona has upheld a century-old ban on abortions. In response, the White House said it would continue to press Congress to codify the right to abortion recently overturned at the Supreme Court.

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