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  • A decision about having a baby or having an abortion is a deeply personal, private decision best left to a woman, her family, and her doctor. Yet some politicians remain obsessed with interfering.

  • Abortion is one of the most common medical procedures performed today, and it’s incredibly safe. But laws that make it difficult if not impossible for a woman to get an abortion if she needs one, particularly if she is poor, are increasing at an alarming pace. Since 2011, states have enacted more restrictions to abortion than they did in the previous 10 years combined. Extremist politicians continue to work to shut down women’s health centers, cut off access to affordable birth control, and shame women who have abortions.

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Women’s Rights


  • Need four things for each of the above:

                - What is the current state/issue

                - Which groups are already covering the issue?

                - What might we do from a ballot measure standpoint?
    (we need to discuss as a group)

            - What might we do from
    a social/welfare reform issue? (we need to discuss as a group) 


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  • 99% abortion is one of the safest medical procedures performed today. It’s 99 percent safe, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

  • More than half of states are hostile to abortion rights, according to the Guttmacher Institute. Only 13 states are supportive.

  • Nearly 1 in 3 women will have an abortion in her lifetime. Six out of every 10 women who have abortions are already mothers.

Rights RIGHTS RiGhTs:

State lawmakers entered 2021 with numerous urgent priorities: the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the vaccination rollout, a struggling economy and the resulting reduced tax revenues and budgets, efforts to address systemic racism across multiple issues from health care to criminal justice reform, post-census political redistricting and shoring up the institutions of democracy, among others.Despite all of these challenges, legislators have also made time to focus on restricting abortion rights. In the first two months of the year, eight abortion restrictions and bans have been enacted:

The fight is on...

  • South Carolina ban on abortion as early as six weeks of pregnancy (this ban has been temporarily blocked in court)

  • Kentucky law grants additional authority to the state’s attorney general to penalize and close abortion clinics

  • Arkansas program with two restrictions—it requires those seeking an abortion to call a state-supported hotline for information on pregnancy resources and services; abortion providers are also required to document the hotline call in the patient’s medical records and with the state

  • Ohio ban on the use of telemedicine for medication abortion

  • Kentucky and South Dakota laws penalize physicians for not taking medically unnecessary actions for a fetus, despite the fact that both states have existing laws providing legal protections for a fetus delivered after an abortion

  • Kansas initiative for the August 2022 ballot that, if approved by voters, would amend the Kansas constitution to explicitly exclude abortion rights

Battleground States

Nonprofits fighting for Women’s Reproductive Rights

    Mission: Fight for abortion access, birth control access, Anti-choice CPC’s and paid family leave. 


Mission: To dramatically reduce the number of people who are unjustly under the control of the criminal justice system starting with. Probation and parole. 


***When I reviewed this subject on Charity Navigator, most were all tied back to “Naral” (including Pro=choice League, Inc).

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