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Vicki Ringer, Planned Parenthood's South Carolina director of public affairs, told the Post and Courier that the proposed regulations were an attempt to “shame” people seeking abortion care.
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The “partial-birth abortion” procedure that debate moderator Chris Wallace referred to is an inflammatory and non-medical term created by the anti-choice National Right to Life Committee in hopes of making abortion restrictions easier to pass.
Pointing to discretionary funds the president can allocate, Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Opal Tometi said police departments that have demonstrated problems with racism should be defunded.