Senate Democrats ditch Hyde amendment for first time in decades

October 18, 2021
The Hill

Destiny Lopez, co-president of abortion rights group All Above All, said in a statement that her organization was “gratified to at last see a spending bill in the Senate without the Hyde Amendment and without…

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

September 30, 2021

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…

Activists are mobilizing for an epic abortion battle

September 22, 2021
The Washington Post

The abortion political landscape has been scrambled. And the Texas’ abortion law and the direct challenge to Roe v. Wade has led to a frenzy of activity. “If Texas is not the canary in the coal mine,…

Supreme Court expansion after Texas abortion case?

September 3, 2021
McClatchy DC

Destiny Lopez, co-president of the abortion rights group All Above All, said advocates are clear-eyed about challenge the Senate poses, and want Biden to exert his pressure there. “It can’t just be the advocates doing…

The House Just Passed Federal Spending Bills Without Abortion Restrictions for the First Time in Decades

July 31, 2021

“It’s been a women of color led effort because our communities are the most impacted by Hyde,” says Destiny Lopez, co-president of All* Above All, which advocates for the repeal of Hyde. Reproductive justice organizations…

A Rare Victory for Abortion Access

June 14, 2021
The Nation

“We started where we thought we’d be lucky if we had 40 people on a bill at introduction,” said Destiny Lopez, copresident of All* Above All. “We now have 155 people in the House, 27…

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