White men, many of them fathers, have viciously held onto power but have not used it to make things OK for most people. It is time to dismantle that structure.
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Given proper medical and social support, I knew I would keep my fetus if it had a Down syndrome diagnosis. But I knew I personally would not be able to give that child a fair life, and that is my private choice to make.
Reproductive rights advocates lauded the introduction of the pro-choice budget amendment, noting the critical role women of color have played in leading the fight to end Hyde.
Before heading to Washington, Gianforte funded anti-choice organizations through his family foundation.
Unterman didn’t just sponsor the bill—she played a key role in shepherding the six-week ban through Georgia's Republican-controlled state senate.
Anti-choice government officials have altered rules and regulations to shut down abortion care facilities across Missouri.