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Across the country, huge numbers of people have spoken up to oppose politicians’ attempts to restrict women’s access to health care—packing statehouses, attending rallies, and calling their representatives. But politicians are pushing forward with these extreme and dangerous policies anyway, in spite of both public opinion and medical expertise.

It begs the question: If you’re elected to represent your constituents, why aren’t you listening to them?

Here are the facts:

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Tags: Ohio, Abortion, North Carolina, Texas

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