Human Rights Watch Report Examines Impacts Of Honduras’s Abortion Ban

The Guardian: Honduras abortion misery a ‘frightening preview’ of America’s future — study
“One woman handcuffed by police after suffering a miscarriage, another forced to bear her rapist’s child. A doctor who risks imprisonment to end pregnancies that threaten the lives of patients. … Researchers from the organization spoke of the ‘enormous suffering’ of women and girls in Honduras, where there is a total ban on abortion in all circumstances. … The study, entitled Life or Death Choices for Women Living Under Honduras’ Abortion Ban, features the stories of Honduran women affected by the abortion law…” (McVeigh, 6/7).

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