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Kirsten Gillibrand announced she’ll be holding a reproductive rights town hall in visiting St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday. “This is an emergency, and we need to fix it,” tweeted the New York senator and 2020 presidential candidate.
A new law in the state bans most abortions in at the eighth week of pregnancy. The restrictions have been challenged in federal court and have yet to take effect, but other policies have already severely restricted access to abortions.
With one licensed abortion provider left in the state, the people of MO know what a post-Roe reality would look like: They’re already living it.
I’ll be there on Sunday to hold a reproductive rights town hall. This is an emergency, and we need to fix it. https://t.co/tiPXiuU9gC
Related: Missouri abortion clinic to stay open – for now – after judge’s order
Pete Buttigieg unveiled an $80 billion proposal to bring high-speed internet access to rural Americans.
Mayor @PeteButtigieg rides the giant slide with a little boy who asked him to ride with him #IowaStateFair pic.twitter.com/hT2u2T1qvz