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Gov. Nikki Haley signs bill outlawing abortion at 20 weeks

Gov. Nikki Haley on Wednesday signed legislation making it illegal for a woman to get an abortion once her pregnancy reaches 20 weeks with no exceptions for rape or incest.
The measure, which went into effect with Haley’s signature, was passed out of the Senate last week.
The governor did not immediately issue a statement explaining her support.
The law allows doctors to perform abortions past 20 weeks only if the fetus has been diagnosed with an “anomaly” and will die, or the mother’s life is threatened. Doctors who disobey the new rules would face jail time.

Progressive lawmakers in California violate women's rights with SB 277; children to be physically violated by government without parental consent

By Adams: (NaturalNews) California lawmakers pushing the mandatory vaccine initiative SB 277 are almost all Democrats. These are the same people who defiantly defend the right of "a woman's choice" to decide the issue of abortion. We are repeatedly told that abortion is the woman's choice alone, and that no government, no man and no doctor can force a woman to do something with her body against her will.

FINALLY! VEIL LIFTED ON MUSLIM RAPE EPIDEMIC

For years there have been reports on blogs, personal testimonials and the like, about what looked like a literal epidemic of rape by Muslim men of both women and children, especially in northern European nations where the Muslim immigrant population is high.

Top 10 Shocking Attacks from the GOP's War on Women

Republicans not only want to reduce women’s access to abortion care, they’re actually trying to redefine rape. After a major backlash, they promised to stop. But they haven’t yet. Shocker.

Money Is More Important for Men, Wis. Repeals Equal Pay Rights

On Thursday, with little fanfare, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker signed a bill repealing the state's 2009 Equal Pay Enforcement Act, which allowed victims of workplace discrimination to seek damages in state courts.