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FILE - French Health Minister Simone Veil speaks about abortion law at the French National Assembly on Dec. 13, 1974 in Paris.

But more and more French women are asking: Could what happened in the U.S. happen here one day?

In her first address to the chamber last week, Braun-Pivet made the inscription of abortion rights into the French Constitution a top priority.

She called for inscribing these rights into the French Constitution and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

Still, she blasted efforts to cement abortion rights in the constitution, accusing Macron’s allies of “political diversion.”. »

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As passionate gamers and fans of classic survival horror video games, they are developing Code Alkonost, their most anticipated project to date. »

AOC mocks Brett Kavanaugh for skipping dessert at DC steakhouse amid protests outside: 'The least they could do is let him eat cake'

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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh left through the back door of a DC steakhouse amid protests outside.

She pointed out that the overturning of Roe v. Wade will negatively impact people with ectopic pregnancies.

Following reports that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh left a DC steakhouse early on Wednesday night amid protests outside, Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York took issue with media coverage of the incident. »

Pregnant Texas woman driving in HOV lane told police her unborn child counted as a passenger

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A pregnant Dallas-area woman argued as much to police officers after recently being cited for driving alone in the HOV lane, according to a story published Friday afternoon by the Dallas Morning News' Dave Lieber.

I knew I couldn't be a minute late, so I took the HOV lane," Bettone told Lieber.

Pregnant with a daughter, Bettone told the officers her unborn child was inside the vehicle with her, according to Lieber. »

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signs controversial school voucher expansion

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PHOENIX – Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey wrapped up his final legislative business on Thursday by signing a controversial expansion of the state’s school voucher program.

The accounts will provide more than $6,500 per student annually, with the money taken from the public school system’s funding pool.

About 255,000 public school students qualified for the accounts prior to the expansion, although fewer than 12,000 used them. »