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Wednesday, October 8, 2003

A law took effect in Minnesota in July 2003 mandating that women seeking abortions be given a pamphlet listing the risks of abortion, along with information about adoption and information about paternal financial obligations should they keep the child.

In an article in today's St. Paul Pioneer Press we learn that the Minnesota Department of Health has changed the wording in the pamphlet to suggest that fetuses might feel pain after twenty weeks. The pamphlet now also says that some studies show a higher risk of breast cancer after induced abortion, whereas it previously said that there was no link between abortion and breast cancer.

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