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Washington, D.C. — New rule: Stop asking if abortion rights is a divisive issue. It’s not. This isn’t the Planned Parenthood Action Fund spin or point of view. This is a fact. Ask people in Ohio. Ask people in Kentucky. Ask people in Kansas. Ask people in Montana. Ask people in Michigan. Ask people in Vermont. Even ask Fox News. When abortion rights are on the ballot, reproductive freedom wins. 

And we’ve got a CVS-length receipt of election results since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade to confirm it. Anti-abortion candidates also see the writing on the wall. But in case they’re hiding under a rock (*cough Glenn Youngkin cough*), too scared to face the reality of the electoral fate, here’s a roundup of the headlines they’ll see once they come up for air:

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The Guardian:

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