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Report: States Restricting Abortion Access Don’t Help New Parents Either

The analysis by the National Partnership for Women & Families singles out a dozen states lacking even a single workplace protection for new parents–beyond what's required by federal law. These states also severely curb abortion-care access in health insurance. The post Report: States Restricting Abortion Access Don’t Help New Parents Either appeared first on Rewire.
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