The Kavanaugh fight is over; what difference can pro-choice voters make in November?
Fun fact: If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, it will mean that EACH STATE will be left to decide how much it will defend a woman’s right to choose. We don’t vote for members of the Supreme Court, but we do vote for the people who represent us in our state legislatures and in Congress. If we oust anti-choice legislators, it’s possible to institutionalize the rights under Roe v. Wade, STATE BY STATE.
As of 2017, 29 states have adopted enough abortion restrictions to be considered either hostile (6 states) or extremely hostile (23 states) to abortion rights, according to the Guttmacher Institute. That means that 58 percent of American women of reproductive age live in a state considered either hostile or extremely hostile to abortion rights.
Are we prepared to create a nation of healthcare refugees where women must cross state lines in order to access reproductive health care? NO. An informed, motivated electorate can save us from a future like “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
“The Choice,” is an important tool in helping to erase the stigma surrounding abortion care. It humanizes a choice that one in four women will make in a lifetime. With your donation, more people will see this important video, helping to change the conversation around a medical procedure shrouded in myth and shame.
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