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“For too long, young people, women of color, and immigrants have borne the brunt of extreme anti-abortion policies. No more. Scott Lloyd must go.”
"We have already seen a State Department under President Trump that has stayed silent and refused to take necessary steps to combat and condemn the growing epidemic of anti-LGBTQ ... and now that department will be helmed by someone with an extensive anti-LGBTQ record."
“If they are successful in securing the same constitutional rights for a pregnancy as for a pregnant person, they could potentially nullify the right to abortion completely."
If the Trump administration gets its way, doctors will be able to claim a religious or a more nebulous moral objection as an excuse to deny care, gender-affirming or otherwise, to transgender patients.