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Research shows the dire impact Kavanaugh can have on abortion access in the United States now that he is confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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More than 25 million women of reproductive age across America are poised to lose access to abortion in their home states now that Brett Kavanaugh is positioned to become the fifth vote to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Everything we know about Brett Kavanaugh and his opinion on abortion makes it clear that as a Supreme Court justice, he could turn the balance of the Supreme Court against the constitutional right to abortion access. Kavanaugh’s record of blocking abortion access and birth control make him a serious threat to our health care rights.

With Kavanaugh, More Than One-Third of Women of Reproductive Age Could Lose Access to Abortion 

The research details the dangerous impact how rolling back these fundamental rights will disproportionately harm women of color, women with low incomes, and women in rural areas.

The report is from Planned Parenthood Action Fund and reproductive justice organization, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda.


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