Reproductive Rights Are Safer After the Election, but Still Not Safe

By Kylie Cheung

This week, voters hit the polls to participate in the most impactful election in recent history (thanks in part to the 2016 election), with the potential to decide the fate of health care and human rights across the country, and even as the results of the election are buried in the news cycle by Donald Trump’s typical chaos, it’s critical that we digest these results and their consequences for women’s rights.

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