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The future of abortion rights in Michigan is on the November ballot. Proposal 3 would enshrine abortion rights in the Michigan Constitution. If adopted, it would supersede a 1931 state law that would ban most abortions and punish abortion providers. But if the proposal passes, it would not settle every question regarding abortion rights in Michigan. Abortion remains legal in Michigan under two court orders that bar enforcement of the 1931 law. That dormant law would ban abortions except to save the life of a pregnant woman. That law would remain unenforceable if Proposal 3 is adopted. Voters will see a state-approved summary on the ballot. This is the proposed amendment in its entirety:
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