Sharona Coutts

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Vice President of Investigations and Research at Rewire; former writer for ProPublica, the investigative journalism project

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Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer says  his office will enforce  a controversial state law that requires so-called crisis pregnancy centers to inform their clients that abortion…

LA City Attorney Vows to Enforce Abortion Notice Law

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer says his office will enforce a controversial state law that requires so-called crisis pregnancy centers to inform their clients that abortion…

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Donald Trump said Wednesday that women should face legal punishment for getting abortions. He then retracted that statement.

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