31 U.S. Senators Send Letter To President Trump Urging Him To Cease ‘Despicable Attacks’ On Women’s Health, Rights

Huffington Post: U.S. Senators Ask Trump To Stop Being Terrible For Women
“A hundred days after an unprecedented number of women around the world marched to protest President Donald Trump, 31 U.S. senators penned a letter asking him to cease his ‘despicable attacks’ on women’s health and women’s rights. ‘Fears of attacks on women’s health and the fundamental rights so many women value led to this historic march,’ Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) wrote Tuesday in the letter, which was co-signed by 29 other Democrats and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). … ‘We ask that you listen to the millions of people who have urged you to support women’s rights and cease these despicable attacks.’ The senators listed eight major ways Trump’s administration has hurt or tried to hurt women’s health in America and around the globe…” (Bassett, 5/2).

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