The Northwestern professor says focusing on physicians' rights has been a mistake, but that telling personal abortion stories in private can help right the ship and effect social change.
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“We still see Judge Kavanaugh as a qualified candidate,” said Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America.
Last year's pro-choice bill, signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner (R), enjoyed widespread support among Illinois voters.
The lack of anti-choice provisions in the spending bill has left some of the most conservative members of the House disappointed.
It's crucial to note up front the ways in which this culture of leniency interacts with privilege, gender, and race.