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Group seeks to put North Dakota anti-abortion laws to vote

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BISMARCK – A group of North Dakota residents plans to circulate a petition to put the state’s three new anti-abortion measures to a statewide vote.

Gary Hangsleben, 67, of Grand Forks, sent Secretary of State Al Jaeger a request Tuesday afternoon for a petition for each abortion law.

Hangsleben said Tuesday that North Dakotans should have a say in the abortion laws, which are the most restrictive in the country.

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