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NASHVILLE (BP) -- Tennessee enacted a law Monday (July 13) that provides some of the country's strongest protections for unborn children, but it remained in effect less than an hour -- at least for now.
Gov. Bill Lee signed legislation that prohibits an abortion when a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which can be as early as six weeks. The measure also bans an abortion when the doctor knows the request for the procedure is driven by the race, sex or health/disability diagnosis of a child. Read More