The coalition, dubbed The Majority, "will be taking action across the country to not only challenge local government to expand their definition of sanctuary, but to divest from community institutions, such as policing, that undermine the dignity of Black people."
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Access to reproductive health care, specifically abortion, is not a wedge issue.
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Despite 82 percent of Kansans supporting KanCare expansion, enough Republican lawmakers stood with Gov. Sam Brownback to continue to deny health care coverage to about 150,000 people.
Polls suggest Larry Hogan, a GOP governor in a blue state, is the country's second most popular governor, but reproductive rights activists remain skeptical.