Abortion rates have been on the decline in the United States since the 1980s, due in large part to an increase in the use of long-acting reversible contraceptive methods, according to new research.
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If Ivanka were serious about women’s economic empowerment, she would be actively advocating for legislation like the Global HER Act, which would permanently repeal the global gag rule.
History teaches that powerful men, like Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who are credibly accused of abusing women, don’t face public repercussions. So I doubt anything will come up in this latest claim.
Though political analysts don’t expect Bill Weld’s candidacy to pose a serious threat to Trump’s re-election, his platform sheds light on how polarized the abortion debate has become within the two major political parties.