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AANHPI Women Like Me Deserve More Than Donald Trump’s Tokenizing Politics

By NIMRA CHOWDHRY This year is shaping up to be anything but ordinary. For the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community, 2017 has already been a year of firsts — and worsts. It’s the fastest growing racial group in the United States, yet it remains underrepresented, both in who makes the policies […]

2016 Battleground Poll Shows Support for Lifting Hyde Amendment

From August 25 to 31, 2016, Hart Research Associates conducted a telephone survey among registered voters in 11 battleground states, including oversamples of voters age 18 to 34, African Americans, and Hispanics. This memo presents the key findings from the research, which include: The underlying tenets of the Hyde Amendment run counter to the beliefs […]

After 40 Years, It’s Time To End The Dark Legacy Of The Hyde Amendment

Abortion will never not be a heated issue in America despite being protected by the Supreme Court under the constitutional right to privacy. Roe v. Wade(1973) struck down a Texas law that criminally punished anyone who helped a woman obtain an abortion. Two decades later, Planned Parenthood v. Casey(1992) established the “undue burden” rule to […]