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Republicans Push Anti-Choice Constitutional Amendments to Circumvent Courts: Spotlight on the States
The effort to change state constitutions, making it easier for Republican lawmakers to end legal abortion, continues apace in Iowa and Wisconsin.
State Sen. Gerald Boudreaux is one of many Democrats in the Louisiana legislature who oppose abortion rights.
Ovaprene would be the first barrier method contraceptive to come on the market since the redesigned "female" condom, now called the internal condom, was released in 2006.