The tweak in Vermont’s criminal code would not significantly change the law, but should help with enforcement, proponents say.
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Legislators are considering two wide-ranging bills that seek to protect abortion access in Vermont. The bills’ size and scope “speaks to the urgency” of the national abortion legal landscape post-Roe, proponents say.
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