What Kavanaugh’s Nomination Entails for Reproductive Rights
Given Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, Donald Trump has nominated D.C. District Court of Appeals Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh is known for conservative decisions, so many worry that women’s access to safe health care including birth control and abortion may be limited. The hashtag #OneInFour has begun to appear on Twitter following the nomination, signaling that one in four women will have an abortion by the time they are forty-five years old. The uncertainty of what the confirmation of this nomination may bring is worrisome. HelloGiggles speaks with Dr. Logan Levkoff on what this appointment could potentially mean for reproductive rights.
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