Women's E-news has a good round-up of the anti-choice action several state legislators are geared up to take now that they have majorities in the assemblies and governorships in states where they didn't before. Expect to see pushes for pre-abortion counseling, a renewed debate over viability, and louder claims that early abortion-rights advocates were racist.
Laws even in states with heavily Republican and anti-choice populations will have real consequences for women, though, and it's another reason we need a renewed push for abortion rights at the state level.
-- Monica Potts
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