Why abortion restrictions disproportionately impact people of color

“When there are barriers placed on someone’s ability to access abortion care, it pushes them farther into pregnancy, and has pretty devastating financial implications for folks who have to pay out of pocket if their insurance doesn’t cover abortion care,” said Morgan Hopkins, the executive director of campaigns and strategies for abortion rights group All* … Continued

Dems grow alarmed by lack of fear over Roe’s future

“We need the leader of the party to show full-throated support and a willingness to do whatever is necessary to protect the right to abortion and to look for ways to expand access where possible,” said Morgan Hopkins, the interim executive director of campaigns at All* Above All, one of several abortion-rights groups that have … Continued

Here’s When The Supreme Court Could Potentially Strike Roe V. Wade Down

“This leaked draft, if it becomes final, shows that the Supreme Court will outright turn its back on the fundamental right to abortion in this country and will dismantle our ability to make decisions about our health and families,” says Morgan Hopkins, Interim Executive Director of Campaigns and Strategies for All* Above All.

Lessons from Rio Grande: a post-Roe mirror on abortion access

For more than a decade, cuts to reproductive healthcare funding, the closure of abortion clinics, and the cost of abortion services have severely limited abortion access in the Rio Grande Valley (RGV). “People are basically left with no real options,” says Nancy Cárdenas Peña of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice.