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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., couldn’t think of a single restriction on abortion, which you support, when asked about the issue in Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate.
According to Julian Castro on his views about Roe v. Wade, NBC anchor Lester Holt asked Warren whether she said the institute restrictive measures on abortion and you, you would fight for the wide-range of access for all women.
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“I would make sure that every woman has access to the full range of services in the area of reproductive health — and that includes contraception. It includes termination of pregnancy. It contains everything for a woman,” she answered.
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Warren also said pro-choice advocates can legislation no longer on the court to leave to preserve the system, the right to abortion, and highlighted the state level tried to pass strong pro-life.
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“And I don’t want to add to that, it is enough for us to expect the courts to protect us,” she said. “Forty-seven years, Roe v. Wade was decided, and we have all of the protection looked to the courts, all the time, as state after state to undermine Roe has, in exceptions — has come to the edge of the way.”