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Could a ‘noise-sensitive zone’ protect abortion seekers from anti-abortion rights protestors?

The city’s “bubble ordinance” should protect abortion seekers from protestors, but it’s hard to enforce. An alderman aims to update the law.

   

The ordinance has been on the books in Chicago since 2009, but one lawmaker says it’s time for an update after an uptick in loud protests by abortion rights opponents outside Family Planning Associates in the West Loop.

Reset learns more about the situation and the alderman’s proposed solutions.

GUEST: Alderman Bill Conway, 34th ward

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