Irish health minister defends abortion ban referendum


Irish health minister defends abortion ban referendum
 

LONDON (AP) — Irish women are having abortions regardless of a near-total constitutional ban on terminating pregnancies, the country's health minister said Tuesday in defense of a planned referendum that will ask voters whether the amendment should be repealed.
Health Minister Simon Harris said on Ireland's RTE television that he is beginning work on a proposed abortion law that would be submitted to parliament if the May referendum removes the constitutional ban. The legislation would allow abortions during the first trimester, he said.
"Whether the Eighth Amendment is in our... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Health, Views: 30
Source: Chron
 


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