Klobuchar (D-MN) pledged to support expanding contraception access as Republicans wage an assault on the ACA's birth control benefit.
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Anti-choice activists in Colorado are pushing to ban later abortion care through a 2020 ballot initiative as Democrats try to unseat one of the U.S. Senate's most vulnerable Republicans.
Harris was a strong pro-choice voice in the Democratic field, pushing the policy of federal pre-clearance of state-level restrictions on abortion.
If we’re only fighting to codify Roe—and not to address the racist, classist disparities that have failed to make the full spectrum of reproductive health-care services a reality for so many—then we’re leaving people behind.
2020 Democrats on Board With Federal ‘Pre-Clearance’ of State Abortion Laws: Campaign Week in Review
Mandating federal pre-clearance would presumably strike down anti-choice laws that have passed through Republican-held state legislatures over the past decade.
Revelations that Americans United for Life gave extensive support to an anti-choice smear campaign comes after a jury awarded Planned Parenthood over $2.2 million in damages in its civil lawsuit against the Center for Medical Progress.