A South Carolina bill would make it illegal to host, or provide access to, a website with information that is “reasonably likely to be used for an abortion” (Cat Zakrzewski/Washington Post)

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Cat Zakrzewski / Washington Post:

A South Carolina bill would make it illegal to host, or provide access to, a website with information that is “reasonably likely to be used for an abortion”  —  More states could follow, setting up a battle over the future of online speech across the country.  —  Listen  —  Gift Article


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