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Forty-three years later, I am still on the front Lines

TweetBy Merle Hoffman, CEO of Choices Clinic and Editor in Chief of On The Issues Magazine. It has been 43 years since I founded one the first legal abortion clinic in the country—2 years before Roe v. Wade. It has been twenty-five years since I organized the first pro-choice civil disobedience. It was 1989 and [...]
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4 fundamental rights that are hard to come by if you’re poor

TweetCross posted at Of Means and Ends. Americans like to think of our country as a land of opportunity where every man, woman and child has a shot at success. With hard work and dedication, anyone can make it. The growing income gap belies the idealistic rhetoric. There are many straightforward ways in which low-income [...]
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A Dark Day for Texas Women. A Dark Day for Justice

TweetBy Brigitte Amiri, ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project Last night the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision refusing to block a Texas law that has forced more than one third of the women’s health centers to stop providing abortion. The Court reached its decision despite the fact that the law is having devastating effects on women [...]
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Albuquerque: Today’s Front Line in the War on Women

TweetBy Hayley Smith, ACLU Advocacy and Policy Associate This year, anti-choice forces coordinated a nationwide attack on reproductive rights. From Arkansas to North Dakota, Texas to North Carolina, the goal is clear: banning abortion completely. And today the fight has come to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where these anti-choice extremists have put an abortion ban on [...]
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The Real Problem with Abortions

TweetGetting an abortion was not in my summer plans, but then again, neither was being pregnant. Although I originally wanted to keep my baby, who I had affectionately nicknamed Juno after the Ellen Page movie, due to a large variety of factors, I chose to get an abortion. The father, a somewhat friend from college, [...]
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