Florida judges rule teenage girl is not mature enough to have an abortion

From PBS NewsHour.

A 16-year-old’s request to have an abortion in the state of Florida has been denied by the courts. A state appeals court this week said she was not “sufficiently mature to decide whether to terminate her pregnancy.” Jeri Beth Cohen, a retired Miami-Dade child welfare judge, joins John yang to discuss the details of the case and what it reveals about state abortion laws.

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