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    • Oversold prenatal tests leading to abortions - Metro - The Boston Globe
      Companies selling the most popular of these screens do not make it clear enough to patients and doctors that the results of their tests are not reliable enough to make a diagnosis. Now, evidence is building that some women are terminating pregnancies based on the screening tests alone.
    • Former UPS driver at center of pregnancy discrimination case before Supreme Court - The Washington Post
      His arguments are backed by amicus briefs filed from both the left and right of the political spectrum and from women’s rights organizations as well as ­anti-abortion groups. “Women’s groups are concerned about guaranteeing equal access to the workplace for women,” he said. “And anti-abortion groups are concerned about removing the pressures to terminate a pregnancy that a worker might not want to make.”

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