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Yesterday’s defeat of the first-ever municipal abortion ban in the city of Albuquerque marks a major victory for women’s health and shows that voters don’t want to take personal medical decisions out of the hands of women and their doctors.  If enacted, the referendum would have banned abortions at 20 weeks, even for victims of rape and incest, severe fetal abnormalities and when a woman’s health is in danger.

 

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President Biden’s nominee to lead the Department of Health and Human Services could get right to work to end the domestic gag rule, modernize and rebuild Title X, strengthen Medicaid, and roll back Trump birth control rules that permit employers to deny workers coverage. But he needs your help to get confirmed. 

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