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Thursday's executive orders are only the latest attempts to deny millions of people vital care.
Access to care is especially critical in a state ravaged by the opioid crisis.
They can agree this contraceptive is underused. But there's no consensus on why and what distribution changes will do to its cost and availability.
Health care has often been a central issue in the lead up to November’s high-profile gubernatorial race.
"The government is basically trying to argue that undocumented immigrants have zero rights, including the right to abortion."