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Wyoming Becomes First State to Ban Abortion Pills

A Wyoming law signed Friday prohibits chemical forms of abortion from the point pregnancy can be confirmed through conventional medical testing.

“I have acted without bias and after extensive prayer, to allow these bills to become law,” Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon (R) wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Chuck Gray, as reported by the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

Gordon, who embraces a pro-life policy agenda, said he signed the chemical abortion ban because it “strengthens the protections for the unborn,” the outlet also said.

The law, which becomes effective July 1, excludes contraceptives used prior to conception, treatment of natural miscarriage, and treatment to protect a woman’s physical health from imminent peril. Pregnancies that are the result of incest or sexual assault are also excluded from the new law. Read more…

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