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January 13th, 2014
Categories: abortion restrictions, economic justice, Funds, Lilith Fund, unfair laws
In November, a federal district court ruled that the far-reaching abortion restrictions signed into law by Governor Perry in Texas last summer could go into effect. Clinics across the state closed overnight, and suddenly volunteer-run abortion funds were faced with an avalanche of new calls in addition to their existing caseloads. How have they been coping with the increased demand?
Join Lindsay Rodriguez, board chair of Texas-based Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, in an online chats hosted by activist Katie Klabusich this Wednesday, January 15th:
Have questions you'd like to ask Lindsay Rodriguez? Want to know how you can help? Register ahead of time and join the chat!
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