Canadian PM Trudeau plans to confront Pence on state abortion restrictions

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The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau has said he is described to confront Vice President Mike Pence Thursday on the latest in a series of state anti-abortion legislation, the Trudeau as a “step backwards for the rights of women.”

Several U.S. States have adopted laws restricting abortions, particularly in Georgia, where the “heartbeat bill” outlaws the procedure after six weeks in Alabama, where abortion prohibited in all cases except when the mother’s life is in danger.

Trudeau intends to discuss the abortion restrictions Pence, who is an outspoken pro-life advocate.

“Of course I am very concerned with the situation around the setback of women’s rights, we see, by conservative movements, the said, here in Canada, in the United States and around the world,” Trudeau, according to Bloomberg News. “I have a broad conversation with the vice president — of course, but we will focus mostly around the ratification process of the NAFTA Region, and to make sure that we have good jobs for Canadians.”


The last moves of pro-life legislator sparked a major outcry from abortion advocates, some urging a boycott of the States cracking down on abortions.

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