“West Virginians need to get moving on pro-life road” (May 16, 2017) discusses at length the Hyde Amendment but fails to acknowledge those most affected by bans on abortion coverage: low-income women who need abortion care. No woman–here in West Virginia or anywhere–should be denied insurance coverage for abortion just because she’s poor, though that’s exactly what the Hyde Amendment does.
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