Dr. Julie Cantor

UCLA

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Physician and lawyer who teaches health law and reproductive rights at UCLA.

Dr. Julie Cantor on KCRW

The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was a staple of second-wave feminism in the 1970s. But it never became enshrined in the Constitution.

Abortion is now part of the Equal Rights Amendment debate

The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was a staple of second-wave feminism in the 1970s. But it never became enshrined in the Constitution.

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A bill sitting on Governor Gavin Newsom's desk would require all UCs and state universities to offer the abortion pill to students who want it. Gov.

California might require all public universities to offer abortion pills to students

A bill sitting on Governor Gavin Newsom's desk would require all UCs and state universities to offer the abortion pill to students who want it. Gov.

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