A Misleading Take on Alabama’s Abortion Law

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An Instagram post misleadingly claims a young rape victim can be “thrown in prison” for receiving an abortion in Alabama. Under a new law, which has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge, criminal charges could be brought against doctors who perform abortions, but not women receiving them.

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A popular Instagram post attempts to shed light on a controversial abortion law approved in Alabama last year, but it doesn’t get all the facts right.

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