A fellow with Physicians for Reproductive Health said the harassment and intimidation tactics used by anti-choice activists are "designed to evoke fear" in people who are targeted.
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The amendment, which opens up the party to people holding anti-choice views, was introduced by a former board member of Democrats for Life of America.
This comes as the Trump administration is attempting to roll back protections for women and transgender and non-binary people in federal health care law.
Planned Parenthood has fought against workers' union drives since at least the early-2000s. “I’m passionate about reproductive health but ... I am so disillusioned by the exploitation of those working and sacrificing for the cause.”