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Supporters said the election of President Donald Trump and the nomination of conservative justices helped galvanize efforts to pass this law.Republicans who opposed the bill offered proposals to create new legal penalties for harming pregnant women.
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The new law moves the section of state law dealing with abortion from the penal code to health statutes.
It also authorizes midwives and physician assistants to perform some abortions, CBS New York reports.
Some critics argued the bill could make it harder for prosecutors to bring charges when a woman is assaulted and loses her pregnancy, the AP reports, although Democrats disputed that.
Some opponents also predicted the bill will lead to more late-term abortions.