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Topic - Rita Sklar
Liberal activists have filed a court challenge to an Arkansas law that would prohibit most abortions after 12 weeks if a fetal heartbeat could be heard.
An Arkansas voter-passed law that limits foster care and adoption to married couples and single persons violates people's right to privacy and is unconstitutional, the state's high court said.
"This law is one of the most dangerous assaults on women's health that we've seen in decades," said Rita Sklar, executive director of the ACLU of Arkansas. "We may not all agree about abortion, but we can all agree that this complex and personal decision should be made by a woman, her family and her doctor — not politicians."
State lawmakers have turned their backs on the women of Arkansas, said Rita Sklar, executive director of ACLU of Arkansas.