The pandemic has "really laid bare the fiction" that physical clinics are needed to safely provide abortion services.
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“It’s not just about flipping the Senate,” Betsy Sweet said. “It’s how we flip it.”
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We haven't convinced everyone to wear condoms, but there are certainly lessons to be learned from decades of trying that we can apply to this moment with face masks.