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Abortion Fight Is Unique To Georgia

ACLU's case against Georgia's 20-week ban is based on state privacy rights, unlike U.S. ruling against Arizona law

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Opponents of Georgia's ban on most abortions after 20 weeks since fertilization have found comfort - but not strategy - in a federal appeals court's recent ruling against a similar law in Arizona. Chad Brock (above) says the ACLU Foundation of Georgia is fighting an abortion ban in state court because Georgia offers greater privacy protections than the U.S. Constitution.

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