This week was full of reminders that women’s constitutional right to reproductive health care is still under attack — and I’m doing everything I can to hold the line.
Right now, anti-choice state lawmakers are trying to criminalize abortion in certain cases — a move that violates decades of Supreme Court rulings. So I led 18 Attorneys General this week in weighing in to support women’s reproductive freedom and uphold the rule of law.
I also signed on to oppose a new state-level law that would restrict health care providers that offer abortion services — like Planned Parenthood — from receiving public health funding. It’s a move that would cut off funds for crucial programs, like breast cancer prevention and support for survivors of domestic violence.
I firmly believe every woman should have the right to make her own decisions about her body. I won’t ever back down until that right is fully respected.