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The answer appears to be nothing.
By passing legislation to prevent domestic abusers from accessing firearms, we can save lives and show the NRA that extremism won't prevail.
Sure, Democrats stood against the Ohio GOP's total abortion ban, but they fell for an anti-choice resolution that conflates abortion care with infanticide.
Texas Republicans' vast regulatory scheme for abortion providers stands in stark contrast to the almost total lack of oversight for anti-choice pregnancy clinics.
I see health-care inequalities every day as a general OB-GYN in Missouri and an abortion care provider in Illinois.