The medically unnecessary regulations stem from laws passed by Missouri's GOP-dominated legislature, which has chipped away at access to abortion care for years.
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Anti-choice government officials have altered rules and regulations to shut down abortion care facilities across Missouri.
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Rather than boycotts, many are pushing for increased financial and strategic engagement—centering affected people and the groups who have already been doing the work.
Democrats passed on making Roe federal law under Clinton and Obama. Now they say they're ready to protect abortion rights from state-level interference.