Behind the GOP’s States’ Rights Talk: A Covert Push for a National Abortion Ban

The Republican Party wants to make it really hard, maybe even impossible, for people to get abortions in Florida and Arizona. But it’s not just about those two states — they’re just the beginning. They’re trying out their plan there first before they try it everywhere else.

They say they’re doing it because of “states’ rights,” but that’s just a fancy way of hiding what they really want. They actually want to ban abortion everywhere, not just in a few states. They’re hoping that by making it really tough to get abortions in some places, they can make it hard for women all over the country.

We can’t let them trick us with fancy words. They’ve used this “states’ rights” stuff before to justify treating people unfairly. Now, they’re using it to take away women’s rights.

Behind the GOP's States' Rights Talk: A Covert Push for a National Abortion Ban
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If they get their way, it would be terrible for women everywhere. They wouldn’t be able to make choices about their own bodies anymore. And it seems like they don’t care about the consequences, even though it would hurt a lot of people.

It’s like they’re saying one thing and doing another. They talk about being responsible with money, but then they push for policies that would hurt the economy. They’re being really inconsistent, but they don’t seem to care as long as they get what they want.

We have to fight against these unfair policies. It doesn’t matter if we usually agree with the Republicans or not — we have to stand together against this. It’s not just about abortion; it’s about what kind of country we want to live in. Do we want one where everyone’s rights are respected, or one where some people get to decide for everyone else?

Behind the GOP's States' Rights Talk: A Covert Push for a National Abortion Ban
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We’ve seen what happens when abortion is restricted. It doesn’t stop it — it just makes it more dangerous. It’s especially bad for people who don’t have a lot of money, young people, and people who have been hurt in the past.

Behind the GOP's States' Rights Talk: A Covert Push for a National Abortion Ban
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We can’t let the Republicans get away with pretending they’re just looking out for states’ rights. We can’t let them make us think everything is okay. They might think they can get away with it in Florida and Arizona, but they’re underestimating us.

We’re going to stick together and fight for women’s rights. We won’t stop until every woman in this country can make her own choices about her body and her future.

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