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Hyde and State Courts: What a Repeal Would Mean

Ending the Hyde Amendment would likely not end litigation about Medicaid funding for abortion. Of course, that doesn’t mean advocates shouldn’t push for a repeal of Hyde’s restrictions, which legalize anti-poor discrimination. The post Hyde and State Courts: What a Repeal Would Mean appeared first on Rewire.
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