She is worried that the 10 pages of fine print added to win over a few reluctant lawmakers will end up forcing more women into risky clandestine abortions.
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"We are very conciliating, always addressing what the conservatives want and trying for the middle ground," she said. "It's an issue in our political culture. Living in a society with so much tolerance for the opinions of others also holds us back."