The day after the U.S. Supreme Court voided almost 50 years of constitutional protection for abortion, lawmakers in France, where abortion has been legal since 1975, proposed a law to enshrine the right in the French constitution. 

“What happens elsewhere cannot happen in France,” a co-sponsor of the bill, Marie-Pierre Rixain, tweeted in French.

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