Ensuring Women's Right to Reproductive Freedom Act
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The "Ensuring Women's Right to Reproductive Freedom Act" Legislation in summary:
The U.S. House is reviewing this bill (H.R. 782) that would guarantee interstate access to reproductive freedoms in the United States.
Three main categories focus on the role of the federal government on this issue:
- Whether the federal government should allow women - and their support persons - to travel to other states for legal abortions.
- Whether the federal government should allow healthcare providers - and their assistants - to perform legal abortions with women who have traveled from other states.
- Whether federally-approved drugs for the termination of pregnancy should be allowed to be moved (e.g., carried/mailed) from one state to another state.
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