The Washington Post  |  July 15, 2022

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In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to roll back federal constitutional protections for abortion rights, anxious Americans have turned to the executive branch for remedies. With more than half the states instituting abortion restrictions, the Democratic base is publicly pushing President Biden to unlock “critical resources and authority” to meet the demand for reproductive services. On Sunday, Biden said he is weighing whether to declare abortion access a public health emergency, and on Tuesday, more than 80 Democratic House members signed a letter urging him to do just that.

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