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Independent abortion clinics lack the visibility, institutional support, and financial resources of other providers, like Planned Parenthood.
Anti-choice activists in Colorado are pushing to ban later abortion care through a 2020 ballot initiative as Democrats try to unseat one of the U.S. Senate's most vulnerable Republicans.
If we’re only fighting to codify Roe—and not to address the racist, classist disparities that have failed to make the full spectrum of reproductive health-care services a reality for so many—then we’re leaving people behind.