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Earlier this week Donald Trump proved yet again that he’s too risky and dangerous to be president when he promised to appoint judges to the Supreme Court who would likely overturn Roe v. Wade and take away a woman’s right to make her own healthcare decisions.

Please find the following joint statement from Priorities USA Executive Director Anne Caprara & Planned Parenthood Votes Executive Director Deirdre Schifeling:  “The stakes for women in this election couldn’t be higher, and that’s why we cannot allow Donald Trump to become president. Donald Trump does not believe women deserve to make their own healthcare decisions and wants to overturn Roe v. Wade. Trump even wants to punish women for having an abortion because he could care less that eliminating access to safe, legal abortion would pose a serious health risk for numerous women across the country. We will continue our work together to stop Donald Trump and hold him accountable for his risky and dangerous agenda.”


Check out “Dangerous Plans,” a new web ad from Priorities USA, in partnership with Planned Parenthood Votes:




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