PRI Examines Potential Impacts Of U.S. Presidential Election Outcome On Global Women’s Health

PRI: How the U.S. presidential election could impact women’s health worldwide
“…The U.S. is the largest funder of global health and family planning programs worldwide. Democratic contender Joe Biden is at complete odds with Trump on [the Mexico City policy] and other policies, and so the outcome of the upcoming election could carry big implications for women around the world. … Biden’s campaign has said that if elected, he would use his executive action on his first day in office to withdraw the Mexico City policy…” (Gordon, 10/26).

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