Attorneys for Planned Parenthood on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate an order blocking Missouri officials from enforcing two anti-abortion regulations.
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A civil rights advocate said, "We’re concerned about numerous threats to communities of color, from both inside and outside our federal government."
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"While Trump and his cronies seek to grant broad licenses to discriminate, California is showing that we stand for reproductive freedom and economic justice for all."