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Known as "PRENDA," the latest version of this bill would ban abortions performed on the basis of sex. If itbecomes law, a doctor or nurse who suspects that a patient is seeking a sex-selective abortion would be required to report her to authorities.
The black community is the frequent testing ground for bad legislation and restrictive medical policies. But this time, according to sponsors and anti-abortionists, its purpose is to stop discrimination -- before birth.