"Republicans Want to Ban All Abortions, Even if It Kills Mothers" - Prospect
Groups are organizing and putting abortion rights measures on the ballot. Use this map to support these ballot measures. Check to see how many women there are in those districts? How many are aged between 18-45 and might be forced to carry a pregnancy to term even if they are raped or the fetus is already dead? Who are the Republican congress person for those districts? Senators? Governors? Attorney Generals? How can you register to vote?
Republican war on women
"Kate Cox wrote in an op-ed, her doctors advised her that her fetus’s condition is incompatible with life. But she lives in Texas, where that’s not a good enough reason to be able to obtain an abortion. Cox filed a lawsuit, attempting to get legal permission for an abortion under the exemption for people with a “life-threatening physical condition.” A stillbirth can be very dangerous for any mother... A Travis County district judge granted a restraining order allowing her to get an abortion.
In stepped Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, fresh off escaping an attempted impeachment for egregious alleged corruption... He demanded that the Texas Supreme Court reverse the district court ruling, and separately threatened the hospitals where Cox’s doctors work, as well as any other medical provider that would give Cox potentially lifesaving care, mentioning “first degree felony prosecutions, and civil penalties of not less than $100,000 for each violation.” Sure enough, the Supreme Court did as Paxton asked. Cox ended up fleeing to another state to get the abortion." - The American Prospect
Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that had protected abortion rights nationally, voters in all seven states that held a statewide vote have backed access. That includes Ohio, where voters Tuesday enshrined abortion access in the state constitution. - PBS
State ballot measures. List of abortion-related measures that are on the ballot in 2024 - Ballotpedia
Understand the Republican abortion ban danger
This map shows the states with abortion rights related ballot measures. It also shows the number of women in each congressional district, as the number of women aged between 18-45 who are most likely to become pregnant.
The map includes contact details of Republican Senators, Governors and Attorney General. You can call them with just one click to let them know how you feel about their abortion bans. Zoom into the map for more details. Or use the bookmark to go directly to a state.
TakeAway: Learn about and support the ballot measures to protect abortion rights. Don't let Republicans take away women's freedoms.
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Special thanks to Heather Booth (founder or JANE) for her advice related to this map.