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Israel Eases Abortion Process in Response to ‘Oppressive’ Roe v. Wade Ruling


Israel on Monday approved new regulations aimed at making access to abortions easier, in what the country’s health minister said was in response to last week’s “oppressive” Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.

The changes include giving women abortion pills as well as the option to carry out drug-induced terminations at their local healthcare clinics instead of hospitals, a revision of invasive paperwork, and nixing a requirement to see a social worker in person ahead of the procedure.

Women will also no longer be required to face a pregnancy termination committee in person…

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