Despite the internal division, the draft indicates that for Republicans, all roads lead to restricting access to reproductive health care.
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“Not only is Mike Moon obsessed about outlawing abortion in Missouri ... but he is also a racist and a bigot,” said Alison Dreith, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri. “The Missouri Republican Party needs to stand against Moon's hate, yet they condone it by rapidly giving his bills hearings and attention by passing them out of the house.”
Utah Republicans, like GOP legislators in Indiana, North Carolina, and four other states, aren't acknowledging information about how medication abortion works.
The report's authors call public funding restrictions on abortion "state and federally sanctioned classism and racism," as the United States has shifted its public health responsibilities to private donors and nonprofits.
Katy Talento, who spoke last week at CPAC, has pushed myths about contraception, including the false claim that hormonal contraceptives cause abortions, miscarriages, and reduced fertility.
The Family Research Council, identified as an anti-LGBTQ hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, has joined the push to ban the most common type of second trimester abortion care in Texas.