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Much of the male-dominated debate was nominally about where women prefer to seek health care. But the central character was abortion.
Tickets for the May graduation at Pearl River Central High School in the southern Mississippi community of Carriere featured an ad with the offer of “FREE Pregnancy tests and help” and the center’s phone number.
Laurie Field of Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Hawaii said pregnant people who visit fake clinics are “walking into a trap."
“I needed my job but I also needed to be a mom. Without a paycheck, I couldn’t do either."