In his opening remarks, Biden said he would use the federal government's full power to oppose state-level efforts to restrict autonomy and invade personal medical decisions.
Groups challenged the potential dismantling of the decades-old law protecting the right to decide whether to have an abortion.
As a Black woman who manages local campaigns to expand abortion access in Georgia, reading Justice Alito’s words reminded me of the oppressive history of the United States Supreme Court.
One of two states at the center of the national conversation on abortion access, Mississippi is home to a formidable group of organizers. Gathering ahead of the upcoming Supreme Court oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the Mississippi Abortion Access Coalition provided some critical grounding for what's at stake in the state and across the country.
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