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40 Years Is Enough: Let's End the Harmful and Unjust Hyde Amendment

For the last four decades, the Hyde Amendment has banned the use of federal dollars for abortion coverage (except in the most extreme circumstances) for women insured by Medicaid, the main public health insurance program for low-income Americans. Advocates for reproductive health, rights and justice have long fought this harmful policy, and these efforts have gained new momentum recently.
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