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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Last night, Donald Trump boasted about overturning Roe v. Wade as  millions of Americans still face the consequences of his horrific anti-abortion record. Today, Iowa’s Supreme Court announced that the state can enforce its 6-week abortion ban while the lawsuit challenging the ban proceeds. In response to the news, Jenny Lawson, executive director for Planned Parenthood Votes released the following statement:

“We are witnessing the devastating consequences of Donald Trump’s willingness to do and say whatever he needs to get elected. In his first term, he stacked the U.S. Supreme Court with his handpicked judges. Now, thousands of Iowans will be denied access to the health care they need. Every decision his cronies make is a step toward a nationwide abortion ban. He may not care about our rights, but there’s no length Trump won’t go to to get elected — including destroying abortion access in the U.S.”


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