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What does Tuesday's election mean for the future of Pa. reproductive rights?

Nov 09, 2022 View Original Article
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    52% Very Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

59% : "This election is really very meaningful and very good for short term access to abortion in Pennsylvania," Reed said.
52% :"We're doing a lot to expand access to abortion in the state," she said, "to make it more accessible and more available to patients who need it."
50% : "Governor-elect Josh Shapiro has long supported access to abortion and reproductive health care, and he's pledged to continue to do that," said Melissa Reed, president of Planned Parenthood Keystone.
47% : "It would impact voting, it would impact the lieutenant governor's position and it would impact access to abortion in Pennsylvania."
44% : But Reed said state lawmakers in the Legislature -- which, as of this report, may still be led by Republican majorities in 2023 -- continue to push bills that would variously restrict abortion and access to contraception.
44% :Under current state law, abortion is unrestricted until the 24th week of pregnancy.
43% : Kentucky voters rejected the measure aimed at denying any constitutional protections for abortion by a narrow 52-48 margin, as of Wednesday afternoon.
41% : The proposed "Pennsylvania No State Constitutional Right to Abortion" amendment could appear on the ballot next year, inserting language into the state constitution restricting abortion access statewide.
41% : More:Harley-Davidson announces new logistics company, vows to keep 637 employeesMore:'Saddle up,' Doug Mastriano's campaign says in wake of loss to Josh ShapiroMore:Voters cited abortion as a key issue in Pennsylvania's first election since 'Roe' was overturned

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