USA – Abortion clinics on edge after woman who shot Kansas doctor is released from prison

Abortion clinics on edge after woman who shot Kansas doctor is released from prison

By Judy L. Thomas
November 07, 2018

Abortion clinics across the country were taking extra precautions Wednesday after the anti-abortion activist who shot Wichita physician George Tiller in 1993 and committed a string of clinic attacks in several states was released from prison.

Rachelle “Shelley” Shannon, the Oregon woman whose actions once triggered a federal investigation into the possible existence of a national conspiracy of anti-abortion terrorists, had been living in a halfway house in Portland, Ore., since May. She has spent 25 years in custody.

Continued: https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/crime/article221194600.html

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Women fear for their safety and loss of rights if US abortion laws change

Women fear for their safety and loss of rights if US abortion laws change
One doctor explains that the abortion situation in Oklahoma is already "at the level of a developing country."

Monday 01 October 2018
By Cordelia Lynch, US correspondent

Women are living in fear that their reproductive rights will be overruled if abortion reform laws are revoked in America.

Sky News has spoken to women who have performed their own abortions, driven hundreds of miles to receive safe treatment and who have spent their lives fighting to ensure women retain rights over their own bodies.

Continued: https://news.sky.com/story/women-fear-for-their-safety-and-loss-of-rights-if-us-abortion-laws-change-11514660

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