A web of state and national groups spent millions of dollars on organizing and lobbying in the states to pass this year’s abortion bans. But where did the money come from to make this all possible?
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Reproductive rights advocates lauded the introduction of the pro-choice budget amendment, noting the critical role women of color have played in leading the fight to end Hyde.
Before heading to Washington, Gianforte funded anti-choice organizations through his family foundation.
Biden now says he will oppose the Hyde Amendment. But Hyde is not a bad law because of recently passed restrictions. It's been a bad law for 40 years, and Biden helped perpetuate it.
Unterman didn’t just sponsor the bill—she played a key role in shepherding the six-week ban through Georgia's Republican-controlled state senate.
Doe v. Boyertown was brought to the U.S. Supreme Court by Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative training ground for lawyers around the world.