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Happy Halloween (with Destiny Lopez)

November 2, 2021
Pod Save The People

DeRay, Kaya, and De’Ara, cover the underreported news of the week—including the gubernatorial election in Virginia, Stacy Abrams’ efforts toward eliminating medical debt, a police chief in Georgia who is leading on police reform, and…

Opinion: At the FDA, a Key Opportunity to Advance Abortion Justice

September 30, 2021
Undark

PERHAPS MORE NOW THAN in any other time in recent memory, Americans’ right to abortion care seems to be hanging by a thread. On Sept. 1, a Texas law went into effect that barred nearly all abortion care…

Biden: Texas abortion law ‘blatantly violates’ Roe precedent

September 1, 2021
Politico

Destiny Lopez, the co-president of the group All* Above All, said two concrete demands are for the FDA to lift restrictions on distributing abortion pills by telemedicine and by mail, and for Biden to lean more…

How the Pandemic Changed Abortion Access

August 23, 2021
The New York Times

During the pandemic, health care providers can send abortion medication by mail. Will the courts allow that to continue? “We’re on the cusp of revolutionizing the provision of care,” said Destiny Lopez, co-president of All*…

Advocates Cheer FDA Review of Abortion Pill Restrictions

May 11, 2021
Ms Magazine

“For two decades, outdated restrictions on medication abortion have pushed care out of reach,” said Destiny Lopez, co-president, All* Above All. “The harm falls hardest on people of color working to make ends meet and those…

Will the Biden Administration Get Bolder on Improving Abortion Access?

April 27, 2021
The Nation

The Biden administration’s announcement this month that it would allow mifepristone to be sent by mail revolutionized access to abortion—in about half the country. Elsewhere, state laws requiring patients to meet with a provider in person preempt the…

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