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Two Years After the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

Some lawmakers STILL think they know better than you about your own body.

Two years after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, our rights are still under attack. 21 states have banned abortion, lawmakers and anti-abortion groups have tried to ban access to mifepristone, and young people are losing confidential access to birth control. Baseless lawsuits aim to shut down Planned Parenthood in Texas, and anti-abortion extremists have shown their intent to revive the Comstock Act—a law from the 1800s meant to control people’s sex lives to further restrict access to abortion. Now more than ever our fight continues.


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