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Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, and Kirsten Gillibrand among the Democratic presidential candidates are protesting the protesters on the steps of the Supreme court, to restrictive abortion laws.
Presidential hopeful sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., promised Wednesday to a whole office abortion and reproductive rights on his first day in office, is dedicated, if he wins.
A statement released by Booker’s campaign announced his plans for the White house office of Reproductive freedom. This includes the adoption of laws restricting abortion comes in the Wake of several States, with Alabama, they ban outright, save for limited health-based exceptions.
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“The Republican-controlled state legislatures across the country, the Assembly said a coordinated attack on abortion access and reproductive rights,” Booker said in a statement, vowing to “immediately and decisively to take Executive action” against the recent actions of pro-life legislators.
Booker said he would refer to reverse Trump administration policy against the government-funded clinics, patients for abortions, and a ban on Federal funding for foreign non-governmental organizations that support or carry out abortions.
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Booker’s plans for the office of Reproductive freedom also dealing with issues such as “access to transportation, paid leave, maternal health care and education.” He is planning a change to the educational programmes for the prevention of teenage pregnancies and the provision of information to teens “is a comprehensive range of health care options,” instead of focusing on abstinence.
“My goal with these actions is not easy to undo the damage of the Trump administration, and the Republican state legislators and governors have caused, but in the affirmative to advance reproductive rights and expand access to reproductive care for all,” Booker said.