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The momentum from the Women’s March can’t stop on Election Day.
President Donald Trump's most powerful attorneys are arguing in Hargan v. Garza that the federal government has the right to unilaterally block access to abortions for undocumented minors in its custody. This sets up a direct attack on Roe’s legacy.
The GOP bill "would codify into law fake clinics that oppose abortion and judge, shame, and intentionally try to trick women out of getting the care they are seeking."