The Kentucky governor accused his Democratic opponent of taking “blood money” from the owners of the state’s last abortion clinic.
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Gillibrand was the first candidate to vow to use support for Roe v. Wade as a litmus test when nominating judges.
A spokesperson for the University of Vermont Medical Center said the Trump administration's allegations are "not supported by the facts."
A year after Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, “women are organizing like our lives depend on it, because they do,” Women's March COO Rachel Carmona said.
Reproductive health, rights, and justice advocates say the Helms Amendment's ban on using foreign assistance funds for abortion deserves more attention.
Our lives have value, and we have the right to determine our paths.