There is nothing extreme about wanting people to have the ability to make their own reproductive health-care decisions.
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The bifurcation of abortion access in the United States means more clinics should be built on the border of states with onerous anti-choice restrictions, advocates say.
President Trump has delivered on major promises to abortion rights opponents, putting the president in line with anti-choice Democrats in the House.
Abortion access should not be restricted by partisan wins and losses. And the fight for statehood should not be restricted to D.C. residents.
The U.S. government is attempting to create a groundswell of support within the United Nations for rejecting standard operating language on reproductive rights and sexual health.
Reproductive health experts say that a recent federal bill is part of a strategy of heightened attacks on medication abortion.