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Statement on the Passage of WHPA

WHPA is an important step from Congress that would prohibit states from imposing onerous restrictions, much like the bills we're seeing passed all across the nation, including the recently-enacted SB8 in Texas, the most restrictive abortion law in the country. 


I exist because my mother was able to access abortion. If she had not had an abortion, she would not have had me later in her life. Because she made her choice, she had me when she was ready and had the support she needed to raise me.


I got my abortion during the Covid-19 Pandemic. I was finishing my final semester remotely and knew that my best option was an abortion. The person who got me pregnant was manipulating me constantly and I knew that I could not have a baby with this person.


I would like to share my story with you, not because this bill will directly impact me, but because what happened to me can happen to anyone. Fetal anomalies do not discriminate and they can occur in anyone: black, white, rich, poor, educated, or not.

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