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Delegate Greenhalgh keeps trying to interfere in your reproductive health care

Help us hold her accountable for her actions. 

While in office, Delegate Karen Greenhalgh has sponsored legislation that would interfere in your relationship with your reproductive health care provider twice, she has voted for a bill that threatens to criminalize health care providers twice, and has voted against moving forward a constitutional amendment that would give you the ability to vote directly on your reproductive rights. 

Karen Greenhalgh used to work at a crisis pregnancy center, misleading Virginians about their reproductive health care options. The American Medical Association has called these centers "unethical." Now, as a legislator, she introduced a bill to require biased counseling before an abortion. We can't trust Karen Greenhalgh with our reproductive health care and rights. 

None of us turn to politicians for advice about breast exams, prenatal care, or cancer treatments. Politicians should not be involved in personal medical decisions about pregnancy. Rather than improving patient care, Greenhalgh is working to shame and stigmatize people for getting an abortion, making it harder to access safe, legal abortion.

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