Women with low incomes suffer with no abortion coverage
By Charo Valero and Amy Weintraub
Over the past several months, we’ve witnessed anti-abortion politicians in states surrounding Florida and across the country enact a slew of anti-abortion laws aimed at limiting access to abortion for those who need it most.
But what many people don’t know is that for more than four decades, a federal policy has already been doing just that. Every year, anti-abortion lawmakers renew the Hyde Amendment, a policy that strips women with low incomes of access to much-needed abortion services.