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In today’s Quickie: New Hampshire reaffirms support for medication abortion.

NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSE PASSES RESOLUTION REAFFIRMING SUPPORT FOR MEDICATION ABORTION: Yesterday, the New Hampshire House passed HCR 11, a resolution which condemns medically unnecessary restrictions on medication abortion. At a public hearing last month, the resolution received support from 349 New Hampshire residents. New Hampshire was the first state to pass a resolution recognizing the importance of mifepristone over 30 years ago and led the charge for its FDA approval, and this move comes ahead of a Supreme Court decision that will impact mifepristone access nationwide.

“We should never be in a position where judges in Texas are deciding whether Granite Staters can get access to safe, effective FDA-approved medicines. Patients deserve to access the medication they need when they need it, and health care providers should be able to provide that medication without unnecessary interference from judges or politicians”, said Liz Canada, Advocacy Director Planned Parenthood of Northern New England and Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund in a press release. Earlier this week, the New Hampshire senate rejected a measure to enshrine abortion access in its constitution and another that would protect out-of-state patients from retribution from their home states.

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