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Elizabeth Warren Jan 22
On the 47th anniversary of , let me be clear: we will not go back to a world of back-alley abortions. Not now, not ever.
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✨angie✨ Jan 22
Protecting Roe & the ability for people to make their own choices about their bodies, lives, and futures is more important than ever in an era when reproductive rights are still under attack. We can't exist freely without the ability to make our own choices -- period.
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Sherrod Brown Jan 22
47 years later, has made women safer and healthier. We will never stop fighting back against politicians and judges hell bent on interfering in women’s lives, putting their health at risk, and pushing health care out of reach for women struggling to get by.
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Lucy Solomon Jan 22
I've been going to protest marches since I was a toddler, and the first march I went to was to support abortion access, with my mom and my grandmother. Access to abortion is access to basic health care, and everyone deserves quality, affordable health care.
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Laura Gorsky Jan 22
Today is the 47th anniversary of . It's important to remember that it's still hard for poor folx to access abortions in 2020.
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Rep. Julie von Haefen Jan 22
Today is the 47th anniversary of . We must fight for more than the legal right to abortion. Ensuring each of us can get coverage for reproductive healthcare—such as birth control, pregnancy tests, prenatal care & abortion—is key to economic security. THIS is .
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Student Coalition for Reproductive Justice Jan 22
Roe is a floor, not a ceiling for young people, people of color and trans people. SCRJ will continue to fight on campus with you, because where there is no access, there is no choice, and certainly no reproductive justice.
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National Partnership Jan 22
It’s 2020 and Roe v. Wade turns 47 today. Whether we can get affordable abortion care shouldn’t depend on our income, insurance, zip code, or immigration status. We need to make Roe work in real life. Full stop.
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Sophie Wheelock Jan 22
“I can’t tell you what it means to now be able to ask my patients, ‘what would *you* like to know?’” Dr. Natalie Hinchcliffe speaks about her experience providing abortion care in states with and without compelled provider speech laws.
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Sabrina Mauritz Jan 22
Happy 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade! I am alive because of legal, safe, accessible abortion. Thankful to providers and repro justice fighters through out history.
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AJ Hedrich they/them Jan 22
Replying to @ajhedrich
My trans body, my trans uterus, & the choices I make so as to not feel like a stranger in my own body -- all of that is mine. It's a point of pride and privilege that I own those actions, and I'll fight tooth and nail to protect them. 5/
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The National Women's Health Network Jan 22
As of today for 47 years, Roe v. Wade has kept abortion legal in the US. Those excluded from coverage and the true promise of Roe are more likely to be people who are already failed by our health system including women of color, young people, trans and non-binary people.
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Clare Coleman Jan 22
For 47 years, Roe v. Wade has kept abortion legal in the US. But in communities across the country, the true promise of Roe eludes too many people in need of care.
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SisterSong Jan 22
Women of color won't stand by quietly as our right to abortion is taken away or policies are pushed that deny health coverage or tell young people that they can't make their own decisions about their bodies. We will speak up and show up and we will FIGHT for our rights.
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AJ Hedrich they/them Jan 22
Replying to @ajhedrich
As long as people who aren’t of our experiences are given a wide birth to restrict our access to the things we need to survive and thrive, we’ll never be free. Keep being loud about your body. Keep being loud about your needs. Our lives depend on it. 6/6
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AJ Hedrich they/them Jan 22
Replying to @ajhedrich
I’ll never stop making noise about this nonsense -- and trust, the patriarchal insistence that others (usually white cisgender men, bc race is as much a part of this as gender) know my body & my needs better than I do is, in fact, nonsense. 4/
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Terry Van Duyn Jan 22
For 47 years Roe has been the law of the land. This year, reproductive rights are on the ballot. We cannot let the clock get rolled back. I stand with the million of Americans that support access to safe, legal, abortion and I am proud to be in this fight.
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Rosa DeLauro Jan 22
Today on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, abortion access is hanging on by a thread. I won’t stop fighting for our rights —because we can’t and we won’t go back.
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MoveOn Jan 22
"...Roe is a floor and not a ceiling. It represents the minimum standards a state must meet to respect the constitutional right to abortion. It does not prevent states from going above and beyond to protect and expand access to abortion."
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National Women's Law Center Jan 22
Happy 47th birthday to Roe v. Wade! Today we’re celebrating by promising to keep fighting until there are no more restrictions or stigma around abortion. Are you with us?
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