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Gov. Jim Justice has finally called for a long-promised special session of the West Virginia Legislature, only it’s not at all about what he said it would be about.

Last month, Justice said he’d call a special session to codify the state’s stance on abortion after Roe v. Wade was overturned. The U.S. Supreme Court decision left West Virginia following a law from the 1800s that deemed abortion a felony for both patient and doctor, along with a host of contradicting laws passed in more recent times.

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