U.S. Delegation To U.N. Commission On Women Meeting Includes Delegates Who Do Not Support Increased Access To Birth Control

Huffington Post: Trump Sends Anti-Birth Control Delegates To U.N. Commission On Women
“An estimated 225 million women in the world who want to avoid pregnancy lack access to safe and reliable contraceptives. But President Donald Trump appointed two delegates to the 61st Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women this week who believe birth control access is ‘antithetical to the values and needs of women worldwide’…” (Bassett, 3/17).

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