Kate Kelly

human rights attorney, organizer with Shout Your Abortion, author of “Ordinary Equality: The Fearless Women and Queer People Who Shaped the U.S. Constitution and the Equal Rights Amendment”

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Anyone can receive abortion medications in the mail, even if they live in states where the procedure is banned, says human rights attorney Kate Kelly.

Anti-abortion laws are meant to scare people, but pills are safe, says lawyer

Anyone can receive abortion medications in the mail, even if they live in states where the procedure is banned, says human rights attorney Kate Kelly.

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