RADNOR, Pa. - A Pennsylvania borough voted in favor of an ordinance that officials say will protect a woman's right to an abortion if Roe V.
Wade is upended. Four members of the Radnor Township Borough Board of Commissioners voted for the ordinance on Monday, while three opposed.
The narrowly passed edict will prevent police from conducting any investigation, making any arrest, filing criminal charges or cooperating with any other agency relating to abortion services. "We cannot afford to wait and hope that things will all turn out ok.