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Are protests at abortion clinics a thing of the past?

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A failed bid to stop protests by the helpers of god’s precious infants looks to have finally spurred parliament into action.

Sex party MP Fiona Patten’s proposal to ban protests outside fertility clinics has been given in principle support by the Victorian government.

The proposal may finally bookend acrimony outside Melbourne’s fertility clinics.

In a better effort to grasp the nature of this proposal Panorama reporter Laura Kewley lent a closer eye to the story. 

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