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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Planned Parenthood Votes Executive Director Jenny Lawson issued the following statement in response to Nikki Haley’s support of the Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling that embryos are children.

“After months of trying to paint herself as moderate on reproductive rights, Nikki Haley has finally shown us her true colors. She said the quiet part out loud. When Nikki Haley says ‘Embryos, to me, are babies,' she’s telling us they won’t stop at 15 or 16 weeks. Republicans were never going to stop with overturning Roe v Wade. They want to ban all abortions nationwide, throw doctors in jail, and come for other essential reproductive health care like birth control and IVF.

“Politicians like Nikki Haley and Donald Trump do not care what happens to our families — they only care about eliminating our reproductive freedom. Voters should be outraged at this attack on their freedom. The only way to stop these attacks is to ensure that neither Nikki Haley nor Donald Trump set foot in the White House.” 


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