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France's Senate is to vote on a bill meant to enshrine a woman's right to an abortion in the constitution. President Emmanuel Macron promised the measure following a rollback on rulings in the United States.

A bill to make abortion a constitutional right goes to a vote in the French Senate

France's Senate is to vote on a bill meant to enshrine a woman's right to an abortion in the constitution. President Emmanuel Macron promised the measure following a rollback on rulings in the United States. A majority of senators appear to be in favor of the constitutional change, but some conservatives have criticized its wording.

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