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As the administration starts enforcing its Title X rule, clinics that provide reproductive health care to low-income people will start refusing the federal family planning dollars.
The blueprint would remove discriminatory barriers to health care, address the health needs of immigrants, and support research that advances sexual health, rights, and justice, among other policy goals.
Rene Lopez, a 24-year-old gender-nonconforming asylum seeker, doesn’t know what justice would be like. But there’s one thing she is certain of: She is unsafe and wants to be released from detention after her next hearing on Wednesday.