Pregnant Texan Registers as Corporation So Government Can’t Regulate Her

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HOUSTON — Local pregnant woman Marta Hidalgo has now registered as a corporation to retain full bodily autonomy after one of the country’s most restrictive abortion bills went into effect in the state of Texas, sources confirmed.

“I am now known as Fallopian Rubes, Incorporated,” declared Hidalgo. “This so-called ‘heartbeat bill’ is a…

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Ken Taro

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Writer, satirist, and humorist. You can find my best work on my mom’s refrigerator.

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