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As U.S. Curbs Access, France Moves to Put Abortion Rights in its Constitution

Macron said this signifies a universal message of solidarity with women

Months after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, France is moving toward enshrining abortion rights in its constitution.

French President Emmanuel Macron said this would send “a universal message of solidarity to all women who today see this right violated.”

“I hope the strength of this message today helps us change our constitution to enshrine the freedom of women to have recourse to abortion... to ensure that nothing can hinder nor unravel what will be irreversible,” he said Wednesday.

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