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Behind More Than Just Bars: Incarcerated Women and the Hyde Amendment

Women should not be forced to continue an unwanted pregnancy no matter where they live, their involvement in the criminal justice system, or how they receive coverage for their care. The post Behind More Than Just Bars: Incarcerated Women and the Hyde Amendment appeared first on Rewire.
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