Seven were arrested, but the day went without physical clashes, despite widespread worry that the protest would be a repeat of the deadly August 12 chaos in Charlottesville.
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As researchers note in a new study, “the ability to access abortion care when needed—even if more than once—should be prioritized.”
The administration's opposition is political in nature, a point even conservative blogger Erick Erickson concedes.
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"Until we get the public demanding it, we’re not likely to see extraordinary changes."
Advocates charge that mass criminalization is "designed to isolate communities of color and strip them of their social, political, and economic power."