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The Center for American Progress has released a huge report on the racial and economic injustices of the Hyde Amendment. It’s a must-read (PDF).

Want to help an amazing cause and get some dope ...

Hyde: The Status Quo Is Not O.K.

Guest Post from Karen Leiter, Human Rights Researcher for the Center for Reproductive Rights.

About a year ago, I began researching a report for the Center for Reproductive Rights on the damaging impact of the Hyde Amendment. Hyde has blocked federal Medicaid funding for abortions for 34 years, preventing more than a million poor women from exercising their reproductive rights.

The Center wanted to get the real stories of women affected by Hyde so we joined with the National Network of Abortion Funds to interview women across the country personally affected by this dangerous policy.

Today, we’ve released the report, WHOSE CHOICE? How the Hyde Amendment Harms Poor Women, and a short video laying out 34 years of Hyde’s negative impact on women.

Guest Post from Karen Leiter, Human Rights Researcher for the Center for Reproductive Rights.

About a year ago, I began researching a report for the Center for Reproductive Rights on the damaging impact of the Hyde Amendment. Hyde ...

Hyde: The Status Quo Is Not O.K.

Guest Post from Karen Leiter, Human Rights Researcher for the Center for Reproductive Rights.

About a year ago, I began researching a report for the Center for Reproductive Rights on the damaging impact of the Hyde Amendment. Hyde has blocked federal Medicaid funding for abortions for 34 years, preventing more than a million poor women from exercising their reproductive rights.

The Center wanted to get the real stories of women affected by Hyde so we joined with the National Network of Abortion Funds to interview women across the country personally affected by this dangerous policy.

Today, we’ve released the report, WHOSE CHOICE? How the Hyde Amendment Harms Poor Women, and a short video laying out 34 years of Hyde’s negative impact on women.

Guest Post from Karen Leiter, Human Rights Researcher for the Center for Reproductive Rights.

About a year ago, I began researching a report for the Center for Reproductive Rights on the damaging impact of the Hyde Amendment. Hyde ...

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