What Do Abortion and Cannabis Have in Common?

By |Published On: September 10th, 2021|1.6 min read|

The governor of Texas recently passed a heinous abortion bill that effectively bans abortions at SIX WEEKS — a timeline where many women may not even know they are pregnant yet.⁠ ⁠ Activists have vowed to fight this new law that is being said to be the strictest since the Roe V Wade decision…but in the meantime, women need help getting safe access to reproductive health care.

We’ve teamed up with the Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP) to help spread the word and get donations coming in. WRRAP is a non-partisan, non-profit organization helping women gain access to safe, legal abortion services and emergency contraceptives that works directly with pre-qualified, reputable reproductive health clinics across the U.S. on behalf of disadvantaged women in need and gets them the funds within a week.

“As the largest and only independent national abortion fund supporting folks in all 50 states, we hear every single day about the impact of state bans, and Texas is by far the most alarming. As more and more people will now be forced to leave their communities and get care at clinics in other states, we reaffirm our commitment to supporting folks who need abortions and the providers that are able to see them, no matter where folks seek care. Abortion care can’t wait and WRRAP is ready to help.” Sylvia Ghazarian, Executive Director/WRRAP

Please consider supporting WRRAP today

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