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Laura Goodhue, Executive Director of the Florida Alliance of Planned Parenthood Affiliates:

“The newly filed Texas-style abortion ban makes abortion everyone’s business but your own. This unconstitutional bill would ban abortion at six weeks — before most people even know they're pregnant — and it means that many Florida patients simply wouldn’t be able to get an abortion. No one's most personal medical decisions should be controlled by politicians or anyone else.”

Stephanie Fraim, President/CEO of Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida: 

“HB 167 is part of an aggressive, nationwide movement with one goal in mind — banning abortion. A Texas-style abortion ban in Florida would be devastating, not just for Florida but for the entire southeastern United States that relies on safe and judgment-free abortion access here in Florida. A majority of Floridians support Roe v. Wade and we will not tolerate this unconstitutional attack on our freedoms by politicians.”


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