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ANCHORAGE, Ak. — A lawmaker in Alaska has introduced a bill that would outlaw abortion in the state and would reject any rule or order that would conflict with the law, is seen as infringing upon the child’s constitutional right to life. Rep. David Eastman, R-Wasilla, filed House Bill 178, also known as the “Abolition of Abortion Act,” on Wednesday. It defines a child as being a person “from the moment of conception until 18 years of age,” and notes that the Alaska Constitution declares that “all persons are equal and entitled to equal rights, opportunities, and protection under the law.” “[T]he implementation of state law protecting the right to life of all persons is the constitutional responsibility of the legislative branch, not the judiciary,” the bill states, and clarifies that “it […]

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