Exclusion-zone abortion law is needed without delay
In the vacuum that now exists, a minority can act with impunity, challenging women they disagree with and disapprove of
As a tiny and zealous minority, led and encouraged by individuals such as Rónán Mullen, seek to disrupt Irish women’s healthcare choices, it is incumbent upon Minister for Health Simon Harris to act immediately.
Exclusion-zone legislation cannot be delayed any more and it must be robust. Those like Senator Mullen who say this infringes on their rights, are wrong. In fact, the violation of rights occurs when those women...
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