Mississippi’s anti-abortion amendment: The very weird implications of the state’s proposed law declaring fetuses to be legal human beings. – Slate Magazine

Mississippi’s anti-abortion amendment: The very weird implications of the state’s proposed law declaring fetuses to be legal human beings. – Slate Magazine.

Can 17-Year-Olds Vote in Mississippi?

The weirder implications of Mississippi’s anti-abortion amendment declaring fetuses to be people.

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2 responses to “Mississippi’s anti-abortion amendment: The very weird implications of the state’s proposed law declaring fetuses to be legal human beings. – Slate Magazine

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