Women of the University of Texas take part in a rally at the Texas Capitol to protest against Governor Greg Abbott’s signing of the nation’s strictest abortion law that makes it a crime to abort a fetus after six weeks, or when a “heartbeat” is detected. Photo:  ZUMA Press Wire/dpa
Women of the University of Texas take part in a rally at the Texas Capitol to protest against Governor Greg Abbott’s signing of the nation’s strictest abortion law that makes it a crime to abort a fetus after six weeks, or when a “heartbeat” is detected. Photo: ZUMA Press Wire/dpa

Letters | Why the Texas abortion law is doubly unfair

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Women of the University of Texas take part in a rally at the Texas Capitol to protest against Governor Greg Abbott’s signing of the nation’s strictest abortion law that makes it a crime to abort a fetus after six weeks, or when a “heartbeat” is detected. Photo:  ZUMA Press Wire/dpa
Women of the University of Texas take part in a rally at the Texas Capitol to protest against Governor Greg Abbott’s signing of the nation’s strictest abortion law that makes it a crime to abort a fetus after six weeks, or when a “heartbeat” is detected. Photo: ZUMA Press Wire/dpa
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