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Georgia Abortion Bill: Membership Information Stolen From Group Opposing Legislation

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A protest at the state capitol in Atlanta.
A protest at the state capitol in Atlanta.

The Suwanee office of an OB/GYN group that opposes state legislation that would change abortion laws has had equipment containing membership information stolen from its offices.

The Georgia Obstetrical & Gynecological Society, which has offices on Tench Road, said in a news release dated Saturday that a "well-planned" break-in resulted in the theft of computer equipment.

"The police officers said that the break-in looked well planned, and it's frightening that the personal and family information of our membership has been stolen," according to a statement by Dr. David Byck, the group's president.

Read the whole story at Suwanee Patch

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