Elizabeth Nash

Guttmacher Institute

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State Issues Manager at the Guttmacher Institute, pro-choice research group

Elizabeth Nash on KCRW

In 1973, the US Supreme Court approved a woman’s right to choose an abortion.

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"Women's rights now depend on their ZIP code," according to Planned Parenthood, as more states pass restrictions and outright bans on abortion.

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