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  • Why Abortion Access During COVID-19 Is Being Unfairly Limited

    April 9, 2020
    Well + Good
    There also remains the problem of how people will pay for abortions during an unprecedented economic crisis. According to Kelsey Ryland, director of federal strategies at All* Above All, an abortion-rights activism group, the largest burden will fall once again on low-income people who rely on Medicaid for their health insurance.  
  • What it takes to get an abortion during the coronavirus pandemic

    April 1, 2020
    Vox
    Abortion-rights advocates say that opponents, and governors of states like Texas, are just using this moment to score political points. “I can’t emphasize enough how shameful it is to take advantage of this pandemic to just further shame women seeking abortion care,” Kelsey Ryland, director of federal strategies at the abortion-rights group All* Above All, … Continued
  • The COVID-19 Stimulus Bill Leaves Abortion Providers Out in the Cold (Updated)

    March 27, 2020
    Rewire
    Kelsey Ryland, director of federal strategies for the reproductive justice group All* Above All, called Senate lawmakers “ruthless” for inserting anti-abortion language into the stimulus bill. “They are exploiting an emergency relief bill to further expand the Hyde Amendment in funds designed to help state, local, and tribal governments respond to this pandemic,” Ryland said … Continued
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