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Abortion Roes Legacy

Abortion Roes Legacy

FILE - This Sept. 20, 2012 file photo shows the shadows of a young woman from Rockford, Ill., left, with her husband. When her doctor said a medical condition made her unplanned pregnancy too risky, she decided to go ahead with an abortion in 2011. Abortion protesters were picketing outside when the young couple arrived in the parking lot for the procedure. One protester was particularly persistent. She was just blatantly yelling at my fiance and I. I turned around and said, 'Listen, lady, you don't know what everyone is going through.' She was just saying that I was already a mom and I have all these options - the opposite of what my doctor was telling me. I looked at her and told her, 'I'm doing this to save my life.' (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)
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