This week, Pete Buttigieg's campaign said he backs ending the anti-choice Helms Amendment, and Sen. Kamala Harris spoke about her plan to safeguard abortion rights.
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Republican members of Congress continue to push the false narrative that medication abortion—especially through telemedicine methods—is unsafe and poorly regulated.
The Kansas Supreme Court ruling that abortion is a fundamental right has sent anti-choice organizations and lawmakers scrambling.
Anti-choice activist David Daleiden seemed to admit in court that he knew a previous attempt to go after Planned Parenthood with allegations of breaking fetal tissue procurement laws had been debunked.
“I’m alarmed that Dr. Giroir will step in as Acting Commissioner given his track record of letting ideology drive decisions at the expense of women and families," Sen. Patty Murray said in a statement.